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By RICKSHAUGHNESSY 
Times-News Capitol Bureau 

BOISE — Oveixfflmlng last-ditch efforts and 
delays by conservatives, a coalition of House 
Democrats and moderate Hepubllcans 
approved a 4 percent sales tax on Thursday. 

In the process, the House turned down two 
alternative tax measures, proposed by Bcp. 
Mack Neibaur, R-Paul. 

One would have adjusted buUWduoi 
. Income-tax brackets; the other would have 
r^>ea]ed the Investment tax credit and would- 
hflvo S Pt n U n'"^""' t a xes for mrpnratlons and _ 
Individuals. 

Idaho's current 4.5 percent soles tax Is the 
result of a 1.5 percent lemporaiy increase 
enacted during the 19B3 le^atlve session. 



re^irrsctics tax^ 



The tax is scheduled to return to 3 percent on 

Julyl. 

U.passcd-by-the.ScDalc^th&,4.perceptj3al< 

tax would provide funding for the $23 million 
public-school rcfonn package that was passed 
by the House earlier this session, according to 
supporters of the soles-tax increase. 



"We're allowing a half-percent to expire," 

Rep. Jerry Dcckard, R-EngJe, sold, In arguing 
. In [avorof the new rate. 

The 4 percent rate also would provide 
stabHily to the state's Lax structure and would 
allow expenditures on much-nccdcd, onc-tlmc 
capital Improvements, he said. 

Rep. Steve Antonc, R-Rupcrt, said the tax 
Incrcascalso would allow the slate to give 
chics and counties additional support.iuid_ 
would provide a surplus — to bo used to fund 
additional educational reforms next year. 



increase and the educational package It 1? 
designed to fund. 

"If you want to strap our taxpayers with a 
burden that is unreasonable . . , thcn you can- 
supportthlstil]l."hesald. - — 

**ltits-Is too mudi. It's unreasonable; It's 
wasteful. -The -in)provcnient..*ln education 
won't be there. The salary Increase for our 
teachers Is unreasonable," HollKIcId said. 
'Tu-o Magfc VaJJey lawmaJters — Rep. 



Donna ScoU, R-Twln Falls, and Rep. Ernest 
Hale, R-Burlcy — voted agabist the tax 
[tone and Rep. l^wnMcelM| Me. BJ||Ugr. in crease aft er havln g.-yot ed;-u i;,favor...pf.ihe^... 
were the only two of the MaglcValley's' lo public-school reform package and Its appro- 
House members who voted In favor of the bill. - prlatlon when that measure passed the House 

Among the opponents. Rep. Gordon ineariyFebniaiy. 
HolUfleld, R-Jerome, attacked both the tax, "it's inconsistent," Scott said, following 



Thursday's vote. "Probably, I regret that' 
vote," she said of her support of the school 
reform package. 
-. — "I'm not sure It's going to make II anyway. - 
It's hi deep trouble In the Senate," she said. 

Scott said she voted In favor of the school 
reform package at the urging of Twin Falls- 
area Republicims. But &hc said she ncvcr-had— 
supported retaining any of the temporary 
sales tax. . . -. 

Asked how she e^qwcled the school rctorm 
package to be funded,' Scott answered, "We 
couldiuvc raised it through'other m'cnns," . 
-. She..aal d.rev enuea . might y he. avaUabk .^at ... 
loieal'levets or thraugKlxtGv' mano^mcnt'or' 
the publlc-sdiool endowment lands or en- 
dowment accounts. 

> See TAX on Page A2 




Tax 

credits 

killed 

For pfiuat'e schools 



Twin Falls police lab specialist Dennis Chambers photographs the rcor window of the car that police say was smashed by the suspects firing a machine gun 

Fear of loose gunmcin grips Jerome farm area 



By BONNIE B AIRD JONES 
Time^Nevswrller ™ 



JEROME*— While area law-enforcement 
officers stalked on armed fugitive Thursday, 
many Jerome County residents went about 
...theltilallx, activities fn a state^of.fcar.=.fear. 
that they would meet the' gunman, face^tb-" 



Related stoq;^ Bl 



Many persona called the Jerome police or 
sheriff lo ask-lf-*lt was safe to travel the. 
interstate loTwfn Falls. 

The cause of the apprehflnslon t>cgnn Wed- 
nesday evening, when two armed fu^Uvcs led 
Twin Falls and Jerome offlcers on a wild. 



tractors with theb- rifles. Mflny (persons) who 

relumed to their homes after Iwlng gone for a - 

.while asked us tago.through thchousos-twfore gunflr«-fitled-ehaae"aJongrl}:firHa-and'~In'" 

they dared enter," said Larry Webb, the chief tccstotc 84, that left one Twin Falls officer. 
. ked-care-or-along — deputy4iUheJereme^ountyahe riff s o f fice: — -— 

countyroada: " Thc~cntlre county was -'iip-tlght and . _,_,„. „ „ .„ , 

■ -Offlcere said some residents meraily-were—scarcd^'-Webtrsal* ' In-additlonrthree-pollce-cBre-wcre hit by- 
hlding In their homes; others carried guns as Some parents kept their ehlldran home from gunfire durtag the chase The suspects 

.tWyfidthelrlarmcbores; schoot.-mt- wonting them walUng alone at knodied^out.the back window of their sMian 

--••We saw fnrmere -and catUemen on their rural bus stops. and fired on th« pursuing patrol cars with an- 



arsenal UiannclCiasr^rTeHltTI^^ " 
gun. _ _ 

One of the men was" cmluced' Wednesday 
night, but the other eluded officers and was 
thought to bo hiding bi the form and desert 
area cost of Jerome. 
-Both*mcn are suspects In. a rash of arm ed 

robborlMffom Seattle'to Boise.- r 

■ Timothy Alger, 28, remained free despite an 
■ nlcnillV ti iii gHt-luiig ixaivXi Ui J em m e C o u ntyr- 
-Tho-other-man, Joffery-Dcan Morris, 26,-ls- 
being held In the Jerome County Jail. 
Reportedly, both men are escapees from a 
• SeeSHOOTINGooPageA2 



By MARYSTEVENSON . 

-iheAssoclaiedPrns, 

—BOISE ^RojBcting'dftima thfltthe-" 
state should help parents who want an 
-alternative to the public schools, a- 
House committee on Thursday re- 
Jecfed-Jsglal'alion^fluJiJorfzlng .. tax 

credits tor private school tuition; 

The House. Revenue and Taxation 
Committee voted . to hold :thc bill. 
r^hlc hifno tt n i JU.lteb yMg^jp-iiMj'-?.: 
-session of the Idaho Lepalatun]^ 



-way-to-help-^Mnants-^iMw-want^-^n- 
alternative to the, public school 
-systonn- ~~ — 



alMUt' the separation of church and 
-state, -the -loss of .state, revenue, .and 
"the lack-.of control over standards at 
private schools. 

- The bill, sponsored by. Rep, J.F. . 
Chadband, R-Idaho Falls, also would 
have allowed parents of public school 
students to apply for a tax credit 
based on things like the cost of' 
purchashig school supplies. 

Chndband said the bill would even- 
tually save the state about $17 miUlon 
^ayeair,.by_easlngtti8 bu rden on ptAlie. 
schools. 

.-But., Richard Slaughter,., an - 

economist with the state Division of 
Fhioncial Maiuigement, said the stato ' 
could end up losing huge amounts of 
money If the bill became low, 

He said the size of the tax credits 
parents of piiblIc""scHci61'"chiIdrertr 
could apply for would be much larger 
TQionXI^ 



Meese joins call for prosecutor probe of charges 



By MIKE FEENSILBER 
"UierAsso^tedFrtaa — : ^ ; - 

WASHINGTON — Edwin Meese III 
asked Thursday for the appointment 
of'a-special-prosecutor.to-mako a 
• "rapid, impartial and thorough" In- 
■ vestlgntion Into the charges of politi- 
cal and financial improprieties that 
jeopardize his -prospect of becoming 
attomey.Aeneral. 

Me^ ftettd'ofter the disclosure ^ 
the latest In a series about his fi- 
nances — that be had failed tQ pay 
Income taxes on several hundred 
dollars worth ' of iQtcrest on his 



savings in the White House Federal 
-Credit Union.' 

Presidential 'spokesman Larry 
Speokcs sold he presumed Meese 
would file corrected tax returns for 
1981 hnd 1982. 

President Rengan ..said he_has full 
confidencein "my trusted colleague 
for 17 years" and that Meese would 
remain on duty as presidential coun- 
selor while the prosecutor in- 
vestigates — a process that could take 
months and throw the Issue Into the 
midst of the election campaign. 

Edwin Thomas, the friend of Meese 



whose intcrest-lre^oan wjnc p.reM-_ 
"dcntial counselor's wife' first touched 
off colls for Meese to withdraw as a 
nominee, revealed In a letter made 
public Thursday by the Senate Judi- 
ciary Committee thai he hod lonrvxl- 
tho Meese famil y mo ney on several 
other - occnsiODSr"nw~committ<se'5- 
hcarings on Mecse's confirmation 
have been suspended bidcfinltcly. 

Thomas, his wife and bis sou all 
wound up with federal Jobs. 

Thomas said he loaned Meese atxiut 
$8,000 in 1979 when Meese, traveling 
with his family bt Europe, "at the last 



_minutt;_.__dc<:itlc<l .io__purchase c_ 

VolkswaKcn." 

On one other occasion, Thomas said 
he loaned Mrs. Meese money when 
they were "out of the city In 1981 and It 
"was the lost doytopay thclrtaxcs." 

In b o th, those Instances, he, was, 
repaid, Thomas said. 

Meese sold in a statement that he 
.was sure he would be cleared of "the 
misrepresentations '^^lifju-' - <ii<i«;less 
charges which have been raised In 
this political year by Uiosc who oppose 
my nomination." 

The Justice Department said 



nothing about Mccsc's re quest f or iBe' 
appolhtm'cnl~bfVSpeclalT)rosecutorr 
but it appeared to be a foregone 
conclusion that Attorney General 
William French Smith would abide by 
his request -and ask a -three-ludge-^ 
pan el to select the spec ial prosecutor. 

Smith is eager in leave the Justice 
Department to take an advisory role 
in Reagan's re-election campaign, but 
has agreed tajBt?y^-?!! untU 4ils suc- 
cessor Is confirmed. 

Senate Majority Leader Howard H. 
Baiicr Jr., - R-Tena, welcomed 
Mccsc's decision. 



Slaughter also questioned Chad- 
bond's assumption that the number of 
students In Idaho private schools 
would triple if tlie-blll-beGame lawr 
warning that most private schools are 
in ''sovcro flnanclal straits, and they 
need to raise their fees." 

And he noted that If public school 
students do move to private schools, 
-Jhen-tbtprivate-BchDQlfl mu3Lfixpand__ 

thelrcapacltfes: 

-Rep Robert— Foirey,.-R-Nampa,_ 



urged endorsement of the bill. "If wo 
are truly interested in educating 
children then we've got to get off the 
kick that there's only one way.to_do 
lt,"hcsald ^. 

Don Billings, a faculty member at 
Boise Slate Unlversityr colled the 
public school system in Idaho "a 
monopoly." 

■ He said that parents of chtK:;..rU 
private schools have to pay twice, 
once for the private school, and again 
throu^ the property tax for the 
p^llc schools. 




Hunt^ financial aid tb-Gonhie Hansen detailed 



ByHALBERNTON 
Tlmcs-NevfSwritcT 



mcnts, as required tuidcr the federal 197B badly about his financial advice that had 
Ethics In Government Act. restated In Mrs. Hansen losing $33,855 In 

Hansen's defense lawyer, Nathan Lewln, soybeans-futures trading, 
said earlier this week that Hansen believed he Reading from a copy of the loan agreement, 
-did— not— hav6-to-dlsclose t h e t r ansactions — He nry -t es ti f led-t h at H u nt . hnd . n porsnnn l. np t 
because of a fhiancial separation agreement worth of J139 million at the time. This amount, 
between him and his wife. Therefore, there Henry said, was more than sufficient to 

had been no willful attempt" to "falsify the guaranteoMrsrHanSen'aloan: ' 

soyS'^tradeT and" 5^ — iK' HmsSTHR^ rThe"Tra*te«r™ — -On thfrformrGonnle Hansen 8tated4hfr loan 

wItnoEsstand. ' ' ' ' ■ -behalf. ^\.t«. 



request from Hunt, he saddled Mrs. H>msen 
with a $33,S55 tradliigloss In 1977. 
Nichols testified that ho set up a private 
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Jurers in the trial of trading account on the Chicago Board of Trade 

;eprQeorfie4iansen-wcre-glven-an-tnside-ioak — forM re. Huii&ci i a tHunt's requestr 

Thursday at the financial world of Texas But Nldiols said hcortly talked U1th, her 
oilman Nelson Bunker Hunt, as Justice De- once, in a brief phone call to fill out a trading 
pnrtrpent prosecutors .called a banker, ja fomi.. He sold he c onsulted only Hunt, never 



It was a u-orld in which Hunt's personal net 
worth of $139 million was all that was needed 
for Hansen's wife, Connie, to obtain an un- 
secured J.'W.OOO loan from fin iwknown Dallas 
tmnkcr or to set up a private trading account 

Tvl tha nc xclii sl v cOfcla h om u si l v er deale r: r 

But It also 1.S a world of high risk. 
Owen Nichols, a Chicago soybean trader, 
testified Thursday momlngUiat, acting upon a 



- : Justice Deportment prosecutors are at- 
tcmptUig to prove that George Hansen knew 

■ of, participated hi and benefited from Hunt- 
assisted flnonctal hanasacUons carried out for 
his wife. 



To tjolstcr its case of Hansen's involvement 
in his wife's financial affairs, the prosecution 
on Thursday called to the witness stand 
Samuel Patrick Henry, a loan officer for First 
National Bank in Dallas. 
He testified that -he approved a $50.000 



They contcndM i n UUi l r utxiitliig uT Kumonta unsecured Idfiil for Mrs. Hansen in May W), 

Wednesday that Hansen intentionally tried to after Hunt agreed to guarantee the loan, 

conceal these transactions when he failed to During testimony on Wednesday, Hunt had 

report Ihem on his finnnlcnl disclosure docu- said that he backed the loan because ho felt 



was for "personal expenses.' 

Heniy testified that when Interest payments 
on the loan became overdue, be contactod both 
Mrs, Hansen and Rep. Hansen hi an effort to 
collect. 

"Ho (Rep. Hansen) gdieraUy indicated that 
HBWoultl attempt to'swffmt numithliig wonlit- 
t)e done to take care ol these payments," 
Henry tesUfled. 

• See HANSEN odPaBoA2 



A-2 tlmss^ews, Twin Falls, Idaho Friday, March ZSriDM " 



Briefly- 



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Police find more siceletons ' 

SEIATT. .£■; (AP) — Two sots of human skeletal 
"remaliH found In a brusfiy area just north of SeatUe- 
,Tacoma Intunationol Airport aro the I5th and 16th 
victims of the Groen River k'.7 ■ .T^fil^^l! PoUco, 
said Thursday. 

"I'm adding these two people to our Green River 
victims," Capt. Frank Adamson, head of the police 
Green River task force, said Thursday after the second 
' setof boneswasdiscovered. 

— The-King County^nedical cxanilner*a of llce«wW-n6t- 
immcdiatcly identic the booes or say haw long the 
victims had been dead, but police hisisted on the Green 
-River connection. 

The violent deaths of 16 young women now have been 
attributed to the Green River kUlcr, so called because 
the bodies ol the first victlnu were found In or near the 
G rem lUver. bi soutbera King CDun^, in the munincr 0 1 
1982. ^ 

Kansas; Missouri still in dark 

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - UtlllUes reported "real 
progress" Thursday in restoring power cut off by a 
-whiter storm, but about 62,000 cuslomerB across Kansas. . 
and Missouri remained without service four days after 
the lights went out. 

In Jof ferson City, Lt. Gov. Kenneth Rothmnn lUled a 
. stabs of emergency be bad ordered Monday in Missouri,- 
~sayIng~"HfB~tlirBat8nliig-flltuatioii»-and agricultural, 
iuncrgencles the Natkna) Guard reqxmded to are 

"^Ttie Guard had operated eight emergency generators 
during the week. Including four In Johnson County, two 
in Gtcenwood..fliid..tWO,.,Bt,.home3.fpr the 
■Tianai(MKW*tolw*sSummit,--Roihmah isald 

Major drug dealer gets 12 years 

NEW YORK (AP) — The leader of a ring that sold 
-heroin- and-cocaiitt_whoIe8atoJo_CI>MpmeraJiL 

York, Cleveland and Detroit wasaentencedTluirsday la 
" 12 years In prison. 

Ella Shlpp, 44, had faced at least 10 years and up to 
life in prison without parole for (^>eratiag a continuhig 
criminal enterprise, a narcotics ring based on the 
Upper West Side of Manhattan, She was fined 910,000 in 
addition to the prison term. 

U.S. District Judge Edward Wclnfeld described her 
OS the "prime mover" of the ring, wtdch he sold sold 
heroin and cocaine In kilogram quantities. He said that 
while she once was hivolved In a reaT estate business 
and a chain of barber shops, "criminal activity has 
l)ecome an integral part of her life." 

Accordhig to federal authorities, Ms. Shlpp used 
relatives to carry out her business. Assistant U.S. 
Attorney Edward J.M. Little said Ms. "Shlpp once 

arrived at a restaura nt meetin g with an und ercove r 

'feaerat agent wlth'tm ounces of Benin HlddenbraeiUi 
the blouse of her 4-yeBroId daughter, taped to the 
L-cblld's cheats 



Kidnapping insurance offered 

SEIATTLE ( AP) — Policies parents can buy to Insure 
their children against kidnapping can now be sold In 
Washington stale. 

. The policy, offered by the Continental Insurance Co, 
of New, Jersey, pays for a private Investigator, 
psychological eoilnsdlng, reward-money and. hi the 
worst-case scenario, burial expenses for the dead child. 

Washington on Tuesday became the 2atb state to 
grant permission to sell the mlsslng-chDd policy. 
— Nor m - FIg on o f-the-Washtngton-^State-l mufao ce 
Commission said the Insurance plan Is valid only for 
kidnapping, which Is "obductkm or stealing or carrying 
away of a person by unlawful force or fraud or 
persuasion." 

Rancher fights cruelty charge 

BRIGHAM CITY, Ulnh (AP) — An Idaho rancher haa- 
plcaded not guilty to a charge of cruelty to animals In 
connection with a herd ot4l starving horses found near- 
here in early MnrUi. 

Thomas Ccllan, cn. Soda Springs, entered his plea In 
Utah's Sth Circuit Court Ihursday and was scheduled 
"roTahon^Jury trialAprllia. 

The maximum penalty for the' misdemeanor Is a 9299 
fine and six months In Ihc county Jail. 

T3w herd of. horses was found by the Gold ^Ike 
Humane Soclc^ Moich 8. Four of the animals had died 
iromlaekorAxxIandwatcr. 

Hunting vs. property rights 

B0.I,S_(AP) — Thort^t lohunt was weighed against 
. respect" for private property as the Idaho Senate 
-a p p r o v cd-legriotten^nuthoiWng-the— revocatten--ot-- 

huntlng, fishing or trapping licenses for trcq>a£slng 

violations. 

The bill, approved 27-7 on Thursday, now goes to the 
governor. 

-T— "It-Is Ihls-disregard Dial bonm of Uiesfi poopio have- 
for your property that brings U\cse laws," Sen. Walter 
YarbrouRh. R-Grnndvlew, said 

Man arrested at White House 

WASHINGTON ( AP) — A man was arrested by police 
outside the White House Thursday night attcr ho pulled 
a samurai sword from Its scabbard and waved It In the 
air, eyewitnesses reported. 

The man. Identified by the Secret Service as Anthony 
Leon Holbert, 22, of Glen Arden, Md.. drove his car up 
to the northwest White House gate on Penn^lvanla 
Avenue, climbed out and walked toward the Iron While 
House fence, reported eyewitness Dennis Whitehead, 
31, a free-lance photographer. He .tlien_calnily.pulled 
the sword from Ita cover, sold Whitehead. 

Thfi PWQrdspinn wa s being chao^ wlUi amault of a 
federal officer and possession ol a prohibited weapon, ~ 
according to a Secret Servic e statement read by agency 
spokes manHobert Snow.££ . 1 



"doodlag areas: 

Incraiislng cIoudTTSaBy, Wltinai^ 
Uttered showsrsbyUaUaAohutn^Showe^ 
continuing tonight nod Saturday. HIgha 
toda y will bfl In the low «0a ; lows tonight 



Today 's weather 

Partly cloudy today; GhaiiGeo^rraiii 



Twta Falls. Buriey-Rupert,- 



_&Jday_ 



"In tJ^ mid- to upper 30s~; aodlilghs on 

— Sntunlay tn thcsos: — — 

Camas Pralr'.e and Wood River VaDtv: 

Increasing clouds today, with a alight 
chance of sboweis In the northern 
mountains by mld-oftemooa. Southerly 
winds ot 5 to 15 mph. Highs In the 
" mid-Ws.' Tonight ""and Satunl^y-nioBUy 
cloudy with scaUensd showen. Lews In 
Um upper 20S ; bigbs In the low to mhMQs. 
Northern Nevada and tTtah: 

Mostly sunny and warmer In northern 
Utah today. Increasing clouds tonight. 

Mostly sunny In northern Nevada to- 
day, except for Increasing clouds and 
-winds' in Iho afternoon. A" chanc e ot 
showers by evening. 
Synopsis: 

The Natloriol Weather Service reported 
Thursday that high pressure was tiuUd- - 
Ing Into the western portion of Idabo^ but 
some lingering clouds and pradpltation 
remained In southeast and nortbeni 
Idaho. 

- - As the high continued. to build Into the_ 
-state — Thtffsday — ni g h t ^Id ea— 



■ « Continued flrom Page A^ ,„ 

. L^Hale could not be reached to com* 
ment on his vote. 

In debate, Nelbaur termed the 4 
pgrcont snlf^ tn t Mil "a prpi nvH pig." . 

And while passage of"the proposal 
did prove Impossible for opponents to 
stop, they were able to slow It down 
considerably. 

Rep. Mike Strasser, R-Nampa, 
demanded that the 12-page bill be 
_read I n Its entirety — a_tactlc^ 
slalJcd the hDl's Ihcvllable passage by 
atwut 40 minutes. He also attempted, 
unsuccessftdly, to have the bill tabled 
— a move that would havc effectively 
killed the measure. 

Later, Rep. Walt UtUe. R-New 
PIyjTiputh,_quc3lioiHsi."-whether the.. 



Ho w they voted 



BOSIE (AP)— He^elsthe4(^^roU 
call vote by which the Idaho House 
Thursday approved legislation setting 
the state sales tax at four cents 
beginning July 1^ . . >. 

Republicans foV <22) — Antonc. 
Batcman, Bengsohr Boyd, Bunting, 
Dean, Declcard, ' Edwards, Fry, 
Gumscy, Hoogenson; Harris, Hooper, 
'K.j<dihson,-Kelly.-KqJgge,~Lovelaad, 
Lucas, Reynolds; 'Scates, Sessions, 
Thomas. . i- 

Republicans, agalmt (29) — 
Brnckctt. Rrimhall. Brrtfiks. Chad- 



band, Chatbum, Crane, Crow, 
Flndlay. Forrey, Geddes, Gilbert, 
Colder, Hale, .HoUHleld, Infanger. 
Kcnnevick, LItUe, Montgomery, 
Nclbaui", Orme, Parks, Scott, Stivers, 
Strasser, Stuck!, Sutton, Trillhaase, 
Winchester, Wood. 

Democrats for (18) — Adams. 
Black, Braun, Dewey, EchoHawk. 
Hammond. Horsch, . Horvaih, 
A.Johnson, G.Johnson, JuHHTKeeton, 
Kellogg, Larson, McCann, 
McDermott, Held. Tucker. * 

Democrats against <l)—Sto]chef(. 



amendments approved Wednesday..^ jrom, 3.5 percent to 4 percent, hnd 
..whlch-fUsed the blU'ssUted tax rate beendralted properly. 



-Shooting- — - 

• Continued bom Pago Al 

-federal~prlaan-en-M(^ell Islond. at 

Longvlew, Wash. 
Algcr fled under a cover of darkness 

Into the rural area southeast of 

Jerome Wcditesday nlsht. 
— Morrfa was arrested about 9 p.m. by . 

Jerome officers, shortly after the two 

fugitives ended their effort to outran 

officers aJongI-84. 

Being- arrested was not Morris's 
_onlypEoblemJACcbb.sald. 



Alter the men abandoned Ihdr cor, 
Morris started to nm across what he 
thought was a sn)air"pbhd.- Eilt' it 
turned out to be the waste lagoon of 
Ted DeHoog's dairy, and Morris 
promptly sank Into cow manure up to 
nlsormplts. 

While the; search was under way. 
someone called the sherlfrs office and 
reported seeing a man nmning 
throu0) E>eHoog's yard. 

Jerome Cotmty Sheriff £lza Hall 
■sald-a-numbor-of-offlccts-coavcrged. 



, on the area, and although Morris ran, 
he soon threw down his guns and was- 
drrcsled without incident. ■ 

"He said he didn't know they had It 
(manure) that deep. He thought he ' 
was In quicksand,". .Wetdii..jBiUd.. 
"Besides being a sorry slghtz-heups ■ 
cold and glad to get Into a hot shower . . 

altheJaU." ■ .:■ 

Webb said the suspect might have 
frozen had he remained In the(^>en all 

-night _____ 



Hansen- 

> CoathiuedtromPageAl 
— But-by-Junc-1980,-lImry.sald.the. 
JSO.OOO loan still was seriously In 
arrears, and he was forced to ask 
H unt to make good on the guarantee.. 

Hunt tben paid off the loan, plus 
tujM In Interest,, according to 
Heniy. 

FoUowIng' Henry's testimony, the" 
prosecution produced records of Mr. 
and Mrs. Honscns' Joint bonk account 
with First American Bank of Vb^bila. 

Those records, Introduced as evi- 
dence, Indicated that on May 27, 1977, 
the $50,000 loan obtained from, the 
Dallas t^ank was ploccd hi the Joint 
account In Virginia, minus $5,500. 

In the wceHj that followed, more 
_ jan-$33,000 whs senl to the Chlcagd 
broker to whom Mrs. Hansen owed 
thc-50iybean-tnuilng.debt. 
tothfr records.: 



But the reonds also show that Rep. 
Hansen took 47,500 from the account 



In a series of checks. These checks 
—were madeoutio George Hansen and 
slgned-"GB Hansen." 
. During the . afternoon session 
Thursday, Leslie Ming, an Oklahoma 
' commodities broker, took the stand to 
testify- about silver transactions. that 
netted Mrs. Hansen an $87,000 profit, 
"""during a three-day flhig In the sUver 
. morkctduringthewlntcrori979.'' 
Acting at the request of Hunt, Ming 
said he contacted Rep. Hansen In his 
Washlnglon office to see If he was 
hiteresled In trading In silver. 

On the morning of Jan. 19, 1979, 
Ming said he made a person-toi)erson 
call to Hansen, which tlie con- 
gressman returned shortly afterward. 

. During thcrehuii call, Ming sold be 

Identified himself and said, "I am 
.at the request of Nelson 
•Hunt,-and-I-und c r 3land - Ihat- 
youmlghtbelnterestcdlnsilver." 
Ming -recalled that Hansen re- 



sponded that he was not Interested, 
that M^^ w lfo might be. Ming then 
wag transferred to Mrs. Hansen's 
cxtensloh 'in the Hansen office, where 
' she works as on unpaid assistant. 

After the convcrsotlon, Ming said 
he set up a.tradlng account for_Mra., 
Hansen throu^ a Chicago broker. 

In three dayOTtradlng, In which 
Mrs. Hansen ^kcd $125,000, the 
silver market rose sharply, and she 
realized on $87,000 profit. 

After the trading was complete, 
Ming testified that Rep. Hansen 
called him again. 

Ming said, that Hansen asked "If 
everything "had"becn" done "to my 
satisfaction, and I assured him It had 
been handled very4)roperly.l! — 

T6day, the jury Is scheduled to bear 
testimony from a Pocatcllo banker, 
- who- is expected - to conimcnL on' bow 
Ukiprofits frohn the 'silver speculation 
weremanagedlqrtheHaasais. 



expected to became fair. A Paciilc siorm 
system off the Washington and Oregon 
coast will be spreading clouds Into 
wcatcm ldoho loday,-WlUi~ showers d&-. 
vcloplns. the Weather Service predicted. , 
Skies remained partly cloudy over 
much of western Idaho on niuraday 
anemoon. Mostly cloudy sUes continued 
tn the Panhandle and the southeasL 

U^t rain was fslUns la Burleyal 3 
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El Salvador 

Reagan agrees to dday request for-mUita ry aid 



By W.DALE NELSON 
TheAssoelatedPress - ■ 

WASHINGTON — The Reagan "admlnlslratlftn 
Thursday bowed to Democrdlie demands to delay 
congn^ontd^acllon on further milltary_piri- TTJ* 
SaKa^j -i^'^'ifReftSUnday's Salvadoran elecuoto mw* 
accepted a compromise on the amount of assistance. 

The agreement, announced In the Senate by Re- 
publican Leader Howard H. Baker Jr. of Tennessee, 
^lls for the Senate to act next-Tu redny or Wednesday 
on an aid package providing on additlonaTWI^nilllfon 
for El Salvador In the current fiscal year. 

The administration requested supplemental aid of 
$178.7 million, on top of W.8 mUUon that was approved 
■ last fall. The Senate ApproprlaUons Committee, by a 
16-13 vote, approved $93 million, subject to periodic 
reports by the president that the Salvadoranjeglmejs 
making human rl^ts and other reforms. 

On Wednesday, Baker moved to bring the committee 
measure up on the floor, but was blocked by Sen. 
Edward M. Kennedy, I>Mass., and other liberal 



Democrats who said no action sbould t» taken until 
after the presidential election In El Salvador. 

Sen. Daniel K. Inovyc, D-HawaU, the senior Demo- 
' crat on the appitiprtatlons sobcommlttee on foreign aid, 
had planned to offer an amendment to reduce the $93 

million to *49.2 million. — , .. 

" *- "As part of the- compromise with the Whlle'nix»iJ,:: 
Inouye agreed to increase this to $G1.7 mUllon. He said 
the additional money was needed for medJcal supplies 
and medical training. He told the Senate C7 percent o( 
the wounded in E! Solvador's civil w ar die, com pared 
^wllirilperoentlnWorldWarn. 

Baker said the administration would support the new 
financing level proposed by Inouye. 

Kennedy described the compromise as reasonable 
but noted that senators would t>e free to offer amcnd- 
mcnts t o lower or raise the anwunt. 

Hesald It was viise to wall until after the election 
"when wc will have a clearer Idea about who will be 
receiving the resources and what kind of a regime we 
will l>e supporting." 



Election campaign ends_with_yiolent clashes 



SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — The 
Salvadoran presidential campaign ended with a violent 
dash between rival parties Thursday. Leftist guerrillas 
ipromlsed not to attack voters, but blow up a plane 
loaded with ballot boxes. 

eovernmenttroops retook the-northcnucity-flf-LB 
Palma Thursday, saying they were securing it for 
Sunday's elccUons, according to reporters returning' 
from the area. 

— Popular-Liberation Forces rebels-have controllcd-the- 
town of 12,000 for the past three months and at various 
times over the past two years. 

The reporters said troops secured the town without 
fitting. Rebels In the area. In Chalatenango province, 
hfid Indimlf-H «hfy wnuld let r««identfl- vote.- but on 
Wednesday they dug a trcnch across the moin northern 
highway leading to the town and posted signs saying the 
route was mined; Traffic resumed on Thursday. 
In eastern El Salvador, remote-controlled mines 



planted by rebels blew up a Salvadoran air force plane 
loaded with hundreds of ballot boxes as It landed near 
the city of San Miguel. The C-123K transport plane was 
destroyed and Its pilot and co-pUot were iniurcd, said a 
military of fleer InSan Miguel. 

The officer^ wboasked not to be identified by name, 
said the twxes were £feiMlc<rfor~d^fi1bulfon tn tfic' 
area. He said the l^ of' the plane would hinder 
deployment of troops to guard polling places on election 
-day^ 



Campaigning ended at midnight Wednesday, leaving 
the capital a crazy q[ullt of banners, sprays alntcd 
slogans, posters and air-dropped leaflets for the eight 
candidates seeking a five-year term. They range from 
centrist to ultra-conservative parties. 

Just befo^ the midhlghl'deadllnc, supporters of thrac 
parties clashed In Son Vicente, 37 nriUes cost of the 
capital. Residents said one Chiistlan Democrat was 
hospitalized with a gunshot Avound, 



Friday. March 23. 1084 Tlmos-Nowa, Twin FoHa, Idaho A-3 



Stivers ousts press in House 



s were (lathered at the 



By RICK SHAUGHNESSY 
Times-News Capttot Burea u 

i_\ BOISE — Speaker of the House Tom 
Stivers, n-TwIn F^Is, ejected six 
reporteis from the- Hoqsc floor 
lliuisdnydurlngacrtUcal parllamen- 
taiy discussion on the 4 percent 
sales-tax bill. 
House leaders 

fjfii^T's desk 

occurred, Opponents.of the tax were 
chollengijig the validity of "the bill's 
amcndmenls. 

Among those removed were this 
"wrlter~"and Dlonc Josepnyr~o 
KetcBum-based free-lance reporter 
who Is the wife of Sen. John Peavoy. 
D-Carey. 

Seating for reporters Is provided at 
desks adjacent to the qiealcer's desk, . 
Stivers said later It was "Interfer- 
ence" for rt^rters at those desks to 



take notes on conferences being held 

at his desk.- 

"Turn the camera off." Stivers 
ordered _Jtm Hull, a cumeramari for 
Boise television station KAID, ac- 
cording to a ICAID recording of the 
Incident, 

- - Hall responded by turning the cam- 
era away from the qMsaker's desk. 
' However, the camera and its sounds 
.reconllng device continued to nin. 

Stivers then turned to the reporters 
seated at a desk on his left, and said, 
"I don't wont any part of this conver- 
sation reported. The subject matter 
~~ we*re"dlscusslng"hei€^!sTiot~publlc- 
■ Information," according to the KAID' 

recording, 

"I'm not going to go off the record." 
this writer responded. 
"Ail right, then leave the floor." 

Stivers ordered. . — :' — 

Marc Jrfinson, the anchorman for 



KAID; Barbara Bablc. a reporter for 
Boise radio stathin KGEM; Linda- 
Lltwlller, a reporter for the North' 
Idaho Press In walIacc,;.HaII;.and thlsL 
reporter all left the floor. 

Stivers then turned to the reporter's' 
section to his right and said to' 
Josephy, "And you get off the floor,, 
loo." according to Josephy. 
- AcconUp^^osephy, the following 
' t»citaiTstroc8luTed between her. and 
Stivers: 
"What did 1 do?" sho o^ed. 
"Just get off the Hoor," Stivers 
responded. 

— "But what did I do?" — ~ 

"Do you want me to call Ihc 
sergeant-at-orms? " Stivers asked. 
Josephy said she then left tlie floor. 




Passehgers f[ge jet 
as blaze engulfs it 



■ CALGARV.'Albcrta (AP)" - Fire Most Of the 114 passengers and five - 
broke out In a jeUlnor on lis takeoff crew mombCTS fled down «nergen<y 

run-Thursdoy ,- but-the pUot- brakcdto—slldes OUicrs_BcrflipWed — ^«rt_ 

a hall and oil 119 people aboard omergency exits over the wing and 
Laped bSrore DahlM^ngulfed the Jumped the six feet (o Uie taxlway 
plimToMlclals" Mid"20-people-were --surface as flam^ 

... ..I — J - '•We'rcluckylobcalive/'salaMntt- 



sli^Uy injured. 

The Injuries included facial bums, 
sprained ankles and s m oke I nhala- 
Uon.Dfnclalssaid. " . - - 

The Pacific Western Airlines Boe- 
big 737. scheduled. foruL-Commuter 
night to Edmonton, was destroyed.- 
" Authorities sald thocause of the blaze 



Hawldns, a public relations worker 
from Calgary, who suffered" facial ■ 

bums. - — _ 

Hawkins said the aircraft wds'dbout 
one-third of the woy down the runway 
when passengers beard a "pop-like 
voxplosloni'Vtfaea theleft cnguieburst- 
Into flames. 

wa s under mve5 ilBatlonr=^— - _-==~He:saidJlisJ»fltheMri^^ 
— The-pllot-abortod Uie takeoff when "thcwindowswerostflrtingtonieU. 

the fire broke out and brought the The Jcfa back was broken beh nd 
■ plane lo a halt on a taxlwaya5acent_the wing. WimessM^ . 
-to-the-nmway-at-GBlgary-Intemo — so c ttoniaUtol he la mui ea i ieiise v e r fli- 
tlonal Airport. explosions. 

Storm^deposits snow 




ByThe Associated Press 

A spring snowstorm dumped more 
than two feet of snow on Michigan's 
Upper Peninsula, where slick roads 
claimed five lives, as desert winds up 
to 82 mph made travel treacherous 
Thursday in partsolthc S outhwest. 
— Wlnter-wealher-prevmCr^I^a^- 
ing's third day with snow headed lor 
the Groat Lakes, New England, much 
of the Rockies and into the western 
Plains. 

Near-bltaard conditions prompted 
winter storm wamhigs In parts of 



Bad Axe, stale police said. 

Most Michigan schools and some 
roads were clMcd. 

Power was cut to about 950 fnistom- 

crs of Consumers .Power Co. near 
Kalamazoo when power lines sagged 
under the wci^t of the snow, sold 
Dean Slble, a utilityspokesnian. 
^TMcanwhilci: abourROOfr 
tomers across Kansas and Missouri 
romaUicd without power Thursday 
after a weekend -wintcr-stonn. pulled — 
the plug. 

Officials of Konsos Power and 
Light, Kansas City Power and Light, 



north-central WiscorisIn'iindTvestem-^^— Kflttsas -Electric-CooperaUves-lncr 
-upper Michigan=—^^_ ...u. and Missouri Public Service Co. sold 



power there woOia^'p'robabli 
-stored to most people by the Weekend — 
However, It may be Tuesday before 
the power Is back on for some resi- 
dents In rural Kansas. 

Travelers' advisories and 
stockmen's odvlsorles were posted for 
iOI of Colorado except the Western 
Slope. National Weather Service Ed 
Honodel. in D enver, called the slushy 
'''transitional ^ring 



Michigan's Upper Peninsula was 
blanketed with 26 inches of snow over 
Wednesday and Thursday, with winds 
up to 40 mph piling the while stuff Into 
3bc-foot-hlgh drifts. 

"Usually you con push a drift, but 
these are many hundred feet long," 
said Baraga County XMlcb;) Road 
Commission engineer Glenn M. Makl. 

!^ lQlloI.DUr.main roads werablockcd ^ , 

today, and the side roads are "slllP snowfall 
blocked." .. ._ __storm."__.. _ . . 

rive people died Wednesday in The damp snow Iced mountain 
■■jtehlBan,. t n .weat her-related traffic passes, and a truck overturned on 
accidents. iSauaffilrThree— people — interstate-TO-eoBt-of-Idaho-^pdngs^ 
killed In one two-car colllsioQ near blocUnecostboundtrarflc. 

Glues: to bodies found 

KF^KOmGK-'^U- -'InvcsUgators 
have linked Jewelry and dothbig on 
two bodies found near Kcndrick to two 
Lowlston women who disappeared on 
Sept. 12. 1982. 

But Latah County Sheriff Laune 
Odenborg and Lewlston police say 
that ^evidence does not positively 



identify the two vicUms. 

For that, they will wait for a medi- 
cal team's post mortem examination 
this weekend. * 

Odcnberg said an earring and a ring 
appear similar to the ones worn by the 
two women. 



theory wos the prQ^aJ^ii^ .'n Ncz 
Perce county line. 

Lewlston police Cnpl. M, Duane 
AUor stopped short ol saying the' 
articles were conclusively linked to 
the missing women. 

No member of the mlsshig women's 
family, who live In southern Idaho, 



-had— tiecn— asked— to— identify— 



Kristlna Nelson, 21. and :licr 
^stepsister. Brandy Miller, 18, dlsap- 



artlcles, hesald. 

The next development In the case Is 
likely to come Saturday, when Roger 
Helgar. a Son Franclso-based 
specialist in corpse Identification Is 
scheduled to examine the remains. 

Helgar, a forensic anthnqx^loglst, 
vriU be joined by Dr* CjuA Kocnen, a 

. . Lewlston pathologist The re motos 

peared~artcr~they-ieft-homc-to go- iraiisrcrTcd"lrd<iri a"MZtSG5W 

-shopping- in- downtown Lewlston.. A__ funerol home to the Pathologists Re- ■ 
third, individual, Steven PearsaU,^,_ gjonaiiaboraloryjatJiM^ 
also disappeared that night. exambiallon. 

Ever ■Blncc-a-Kcndrick-.teenagcr, Also on hold is a comparison of the 

Marvin Meed, discovered tlw two dental structures found at the scene 
badly decomposed txxlles just north of with the dental records of the missing 
Kcndrick Monday, Investigators have women. The mcdicaj team has asked , 
suspected a connection to the that the remains not be- dlsturlred, 
Lewlston women. . Odenborg said. 

-Dpt-until-the-PXRr"'""'"" the ^ifficlally. the case is being treated 



UUL UIIIU — urc—vmtiuii M — nnt vmi-imij. m>. ^..^ 

articles by Lcwiston police Wednes- as a possible honUeldti ■ by Lulaii- 
day, the only clue supporUng that officials, Odenborg said. 



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The members of the cdiloriol, board and writers of cdliorials 
&n> Stephen Hartgcn tnd WtBiam E. Howard . 



Don't give Indians 
a:*quota' F&,G-seat 

Despite endotsement of _ the Idea .by Gov. John 
Evans, we don't think the Idaho Fish and Game 
Commission should be ei^sjinded to include a perma- 
nent seat Tor an Idaho Indian representative. 

The governor's logic is that state Indian trit>es need 
"special reco^tlon" on the commission to protect 
Indian rights to flshliig aiid Bunting . ' 



But In our opinion, such ethnic representation has 
little lo^c behind It and would violate the spirit of Fish 
and Giame regulations, which call for the management 
of natural resources for' all the people of the state, 



regardless of ethnic herlta'geT 
..-Indian hunting and fishing rights are controversial in 
many states. Indian tribes repeatedly have gone to 
federal court to protect their rights to .take game under 
various federal treaty provisions. 

State fish and game agencies, on the other hand, are 
struggling to maintain fish aiid game populations for 
twth the sportsman and the wildlife biologist. 

The issue Is partly an economic one. Indian tribes 
say they need the commercial revenue from some fish ' 
sales, but the enforcement systems are lax and some of 
the reven ue finds its way to non-Indians. On the other 
hand, receipts from sportsmen are^a-major source of — 

revenueforstatefishand^ameagencies: 

Some of these concerns have surfaced in recent 
years hi Idaho. The Fish and Game Department, for 
example, Js c onceme d-about-the— falling- chlnoolc-- 
'"salifion population and has asked the "tritjes to-close 
,-their own seasons.-But the tribes won't commit to that, 
' No wonder there is friction. 

— The way out- Is- not-through-a still-larger -state- 
agency, of which we have too many already. Few, If 
any, of Idaho's„many-boards andrcommissions are- 
structured to give any ethnic group a-set number-of - 
njeT eTSTHTBUClrrepresentatlun o n tlie-parole — 




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Letters- 



Vote no on tuition credit 



You may soon be considering whether to pass HB 
€99 which establishes tuition Uix credits (or the 
'lurthcronce of private schools in Idaho. 

One cannot consider tuition tax credits apart 
from the Issue of Un entanglement of govcnimcnt - 
with relglon for many schools In Idaho ore 
chiircthsupportcil and function with a sectarian 
purpose. 

To this one feature ol tuition tax credits — the 
entanglement of Kovenuncnl with religion— this 
letter Is addressed. The many other reasons one 
stiould oppose tuition (ox crcdlLs will nol be 
addressed olttwuch those reasons ore convincing. 
— fn 1785. James Madison wTot o a plt^cc whic h has _ 
-becomeolandmarkln thedevelopmentol religious— 



threat not to government, i>ut to religion as James 
-Madlsonfanvritingso aptly describes^'- 




applicants. He picks the best person to serve, based on 
the candidate's knowledge of the subject and. In some 
cases, geography. 

That Is tiow Itshould be. If tie thinks it is so critlcal,- 
E^vans can appoint an Indian member to the com- 
mission when the next vacancy occurs. Let him take 
that route rather than designating what amounts to a 
* "quota" seat for this one group of many in Idaho. 

There are alternatives to expanding the commission 
that would still give Indians a broader role in Fish and ,^ ..... j.. .... - , 

Game decisions. We think the commlsslonraiKtrthB "l^^^i^:!:::?^^'***'*'""**^ 



-govenMH^houldexpIoretbeseroutes-instead,- 



llberly and church-slate separation In the United 
States. His "Memorial and Remonstrance Against 
RcllgloiisAssessmcnts".^waspcnned Inresponse tO- 

-Patriek-Henr v'a^'BlH-Eata bl lahlng a Provis ion tw perfonna nco sold out In two days. 

Teai^nra lit rht^rhrlRlliin Kelifrinn'* IntheVfrtHnla "WenHZrerthat OUT contractual ) 



James Madison and the Founding Fathers 
untlcrslood from better experici>ces In Europe how 
evil was the entanglement of government with 
religion. Those who wrote the Idaho Constitution 
(Sections, Artlde9) which prohibits sectarian 
appropriations were wiso men as well. 

It behooves us "wise men of the present" to heed 
the odvlce of our forebearera in this matter. I urge 
you to cast a no vote on this measure as a statement 
of the highot of conservative principles. 
TERRVGIIBERT 
Director- 

Idatx) Education Association 
TwlnFalls ' 

Annie.group.lh a nks valley 

The Dllcttantcsol Magic Valley wish to thank 
everyone In the area for their outstanding support 
^oCiiur production, "Annie. ''-Even the extra matinee 



Teaidicrs ot theChrlstlanHeligioiT'lnUi^Vtr^nla 
Icgt^atuTcHcnry'sblllwouIdhavetaxcdall . 
Virginians for religious purposes, through it would 
have allowed each taxpayer to duignatc which 

" churchwouldrecelvehisriiareoflhetax: - 

Madison's "Memorial" led to the defeat of 
Hcnry'sbUlandthestibsequenlpass&geof - 
Jefferson's "Bill for EstabUshlDgRellelous _ . 
Freedom" an'd paved ihcwayJonthaJElrsl 



Amendment.-^ 
From Madison's vrork I quote: 
"It l5 proper to take alarm at the first racperlment 
onour liberties. .'.Whodoes not see that ther 



exclusion of all religions, may establish with the 
same ease any particular sect of Christians, In. 
exclusion of all other sects? That the some 
authority which can force a citizen to eonlribute 
three pence only of his property for the support of 
any one establishment may force him to conform to 
any other establishment In all cases whatsoever, ' ' 
Private churclMricntcd schools are the armof 
the parent church, functioning not merely to - 
instruct In secular things but functioning tojnstruct 
students in the value system, thought and Ecology 
of the church organization. To takeaway their 



"WeregreVthat our contractual arrangements for . 
the useof the CSI Fine Arts building did not allow us 
toschedulcmoreperformancKtoaccothmodatc 
the many people wbo did not get to see the show as 

wollosthosewhowlshcdiaseeltagaliL . 

To Uiose people whose ticket situation was not as 
-It should have been, we can only apoiogTze. Wc; -- 
realize this caused anxiety and that our offers of 

re funds or ticket s fp i; a l ater date did nothin g , in 

so me cases, to atone for the inlorruptlon of an 

expcetedevenlngbfpledsure. . 

Wehnvcolrcady beguntostudy.theproblemsthat _ 
arose Ui ticket sales this year with the unexpected 

jfflcerAVelnt md Uiat p i uee duna ix ! 
changed to keep errors to a minimum In the future. 

Thisvalieycancertahilyfeclpraudofhavlng. - 
produced the many talented people — two-thirds of 
them never appear on stage — who make 
Dilettantes one of the premier community theaters . 
In the United States. Membership is open to . 
everyone and we urge all those who hnve'an 
expertise to join us. 
TOMDRISCOLL 
President 

Dilettantesof Magic Valley - • 

Ttianks froiii Sawt<>oth': 



Katzenburgcr, a Sawtooth educator, Is also to be 
—commended for his enthusiasm, encoursgoment r 
andtimeglvenforlhecomputerfair.The 
popularity of the fair was due to those men and wo 
parents appreciate their community service. 

SliBMCCLUSKY 

"Coordinator, Computer Committee 

Sawtooth Elementary PTO 

Frontier has Idaho flights 
Some time ago Frontier Commuter Airlines begin 
operating daSy dUrect flights from PocnteUo and 
Idaho Falls lUrectly to Dmvcr, utilizing Gonvalr 
580, 58 passenger aircraft. These flights arrive and 
depart at the Frontier Concourse at Stapleton 
International Airport In [>enver. 
I really do feel that if an attempt were made by 

— thacltyandtJUslnessoffi c l n lsl nTw lnFaUs, — 

FivnUerConunuterwduldfnltlalethlssametypeof " 
BervicefromTwinFalls,sinceDenyerwouldbe- . . 
better than the current Salt Lake City connectl<m' 

-point Mm* flights to mo re cities areoffered from 

Denvcrthan'Salt Lake City, and much belter fares 

are reallJKd when usingonealHine, as.opposed.to 

two which is not the case Into and out of Twin Falls. 
' Furthermore, Frontier Airlines Is a much larger 
—carricrlhan the commutcra now operating from 
TwlnFalls, and would attract more tourists to come^ 
- directly Into Twbi FaliSrthan going throu^ Boise — 

orSalt lake City. " 

MTKK HnnSON ^ 

TwlnFalls 



natu re of tiieir program^ . 

=ToenlfUgle£ovenunent'thniugh ai'uttlon lax— 
system with rellgkHis schools Is to pose a great 



11)6 Sawtooth E?TO Computer Committee would - 
-filw lo"tbank.Quale'a Electmnica jinclRandlJlata, 



Creek proposal opposed 

Dear Senat or Noh : 

__ iffDorinnlerstandingthatyoarcommittceis 
going to consider legation pnvosed oa a result of 
court ml Ings in a case on BlllUi^ey Creek. We are 
extremely concerenedaboutUiedisai^rouseffect 
this legislation could have onall Idahowater, ' 
opening the door to total speculotton-and making 
fiscal responsibility criteria useless. We are 
opposed to this legislation. 

We^feel strongly that the people of Idaho should be 
thoroughly informed about this legislation before' - 
any action Is taken on It. We hereby request a 
meeting with (he Senate Resources and 
BnvlnHunent Oommlttee prior to final drafting of 
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Hansen comic book, trial draws reader response- 



Comic book cost his vote 

papTTTort^j^n'Q -rrtmlf hohtt Insprt In 

Monday's paper is both amusing and 
insulting. It is very funny to think that a 
United States Congressman would authorize 
such a sUIy publication about himself. It is 
' slsoa gross insult to the Intelligence of every 
one of his constitutcnts. Rather than address 
us as responsible adults, he tries to sway us 
wlUi cute pictures and simplistic 

ex plana tio ns. In doin g so, he has lost any 

chance rie many have haaTOl" my vote 
STEPHEN POPPING 
TwlnFalls 

You 're afterA«rojig-dt:a.qons. 

George Hansen's plea of buiocence reminds 
me of Adam's response to God when he was 
confronted about hlsdisobedlcnce — it washls 
wife's business, not his. 

His criticism of the g6vcnuncnt's procedure 
ofprovidingopportunltlesoltemptationis 
another case hi point. It's as if Adam were 
cursing-God for allowing that tree of - ■ 



knowledge of good ami evil to be allowed In the ' 
garden! _ . 

"Georfl*'Hn>i'i/'r<'"cndsmfllfl-beI lgvfitliatJic_ 
and those who endorse tilm are v 
other people txjcausc they can't resist those 
goodies dangling tMfore their eyes. Because of 
Adam, we oil inherit that knowledge, and 
every person Is without excuse. 

We were given a w4m)Ic book to confirm ■what 
is expected of us. Contrary lo the admonition 
not to add or subtract from what It says (Paid 
told the people not to listen to even him if his 

"teaching dif fcredinnnhiitiiKVloilsty 

written ), George cvMently amended It 
Peiiiaps hfs new, impravcd version goes like 
this: ■ 

— Gene3ls2:24 "-r-.-vAndhcshalldcavBunta'-- 
his wife; and they shall tw one flesh." 

Amendment: However, should II come to 
pass that the earthly master require his 
servants who rule the land lo reveal the source 
of their wealth, the husband and wife should 
seek a f inhncia] divorce, thereby slaying the 
serpent. 

" ;13: 1-2 "OtMy thoRovcnunent. for 



God Is the one who has put It (hccc. Pay your 
loxcstoo, forthesesame reasons." 
Amendment : Ye arc Lo obey your masters 
_)holtl uitlcss'you'f ill d that — 
their burden becomes a discomfort. Inasmuch 
as you feci that they are persecuting you by 
restricting your freedom lodoevll as you 
wlsli, berate those who punish lawbreakers. 
For has it not been written, "Blessed are ye 
when men shall revile you and persecute' Jrou 
and shall say all raannerof evil agahiBt you 
for thine own sake?" 

""Forthcrecord. let me state that 1 am' " — ~ 
ncIthcraRcpubllcannoraDcmocrat: Intact, 
I campaigned for George Hansen some years 
ago, and have supported other Rcpubl leans 
-ond Democrats whom I considered to ha^/o — 
integrity. But the problem comes wt>cn 
patriotism Is exalted b speech-making and 
press releases; but when It comes to even a 
relatively small hifraction of speeding, our 
Congressman attempts to avoid paying by 
claiming he's immune to the traffic laws. And 
regardless of how his present trial turns out. 
the fact remains that he lias been tried. 



convicted and paid fines for financial 

m isdem eanors. Where's his personal. 
Tnfcgrlly?' _ 
—M ay b e I f 1 w e r e a a4it>eral-afrGeorge^af 
In choosing which laws to obey, I would 
understand. 

You're after the wrong dragons, George. 
The dangerous one Is the one who keeps 
tempting you to disregard The Word. 

ROSEMARY SHORT 

Rupert , 

-Georye-isn-t dragonslayer — 
. .strange thing, pcrcepUon. The other day 1 
read a funny book that portrayed George 
Hansen as some sort of white knight, dragon 
El oyer, "champion of the people'' in the Hgh t- 
against biggovemment. I.don't quite see It 
that way. 

Ayearogol wcnltoWashhigtonD.C. 
nqiresenting peace and environmentally - 
concerned citizens and groups from all over 
Idaho regarding the arms race and our veiy 
own dragon— the INEL and Itspetpork 
barrel proicct the New Production Reactor. . 



Now If there ever was a cose of the federal . 
gnvpmmpnt dolngAvhaLitwontcd without the- 
consent of the people (not those out Just to 
' ^TnaK e abu ckHt'^EI^^ ^tcal^td Bui trW ellF; 
I had on appointment to sec the "champion of 
the people.'.' I got there and was UHd titma^ 

"too busy," yet the week before the 

representatives otthe INEL-NPR feed the 
dragon committee had met with Lord George 
and his fellow members of the committee on 
&cIcctlvedrafionElaylng,andltseem>Lard_ .. 
Georgcjs never too busy tojCTUlse arounc^f|]e V . 



"wbrlJror the cause. 

Now I'm certainly ji proponent Of taming the : . 
federal and big iHick fire blowers (Tbey can 
bothkil]you,George.)andIdo1ikc ' :.' 
"championsofibep<»pi»i;"buiidon'tlIKe .. 

'em skin deep. I like 'em to be all the way to , 
. thcbone — the some way I like beauty. So, ., 
LordGeorgeondyourcultoffolthfuI 
followers, take an hocnst look at all the ' 
dragonsondlfyoucan'tUveuptoyour "" 
self-proclalmcd title, then I say relinquish It, 

WILLIAM K. CmSHOLM 

BuU - . 



The cold came from Charlie to Sally, to Nancy, to me 



— BOSTON^ NooaoJuwws-wticrelhcgcnn 

had originally gerTnlnatcd,"l)utit"lsticllcvcd to^ 
have spent the summer of 1983 hibernating In 
Houston. By September, however, this 
particular germ was once again on the move, 
lodged in the throat of a small boy named 
Mike who was entering the Houston school 
systeni^ 

" On'the first day of the school year. Mike fell - 
into the careof a student teacher by the name 
of Allison, v/bo spent the morning comforting 
le crying bo y on th e assumpHon tliat he was 
emotio nally upset. Re constructing the 




Ellen 
Goodman 



— thttt (Woplo will nol buy iwalUi foods Iromji— 
"sick'man. Soon Jeff dlsRiilscd himself ln"a""" " 
business suit and look Uiegenns back to San 
Dlcgoonan L,-IOI 1 with precisely 256 other 



Bcth,-who was only 19 and not yet what you 
would coll Independent, soon decided to lake 
heroic -throaUiomejan-ttie plnncbnc kJo 



""scenario today, we estimate that Allison kept 
the boy on her lap fora cumulative two hours 
during that Monday morning. But let me 
continue. 

Between that day and the following 
Tuesday, when Allison bad develop«I a 
certain ringing in her ears and astuftcdn^, 
she had split a pizza with two of her 
roommates, Solly and Beth, breathed into the 

" cai uf her boyfricndUharies aiidJthaicdUl 
icIeptionG with at least sbcotherstudcnts In 
her dormitory. 



Afom-ondDBllasr^c^nnUicnoajmoki 



But at home things began to gel out ol hand, 
Jeff, ninnlnga fever ol 102, opened the 
chlid-proof aspirin bottle the only way It could 
be opened, with his teeth. The next teeth on 
that bolUe Ijclongcd to Jeff's boss, Elizabeth, 
who was nt that time suHcring only from a 
mo<lest hcndactre. El tzobcth, whose nickname 



section next to Jeff, a wholesaler for a 
California hcalUi-food outlet, who believed in 
vltamhi C and mind over matter. Jeff gave 
Beth a 'sample of ginseng tea, which came In 
handy a week later when Bcth's mother was 
laid low by a cold of known origin. 

'As for Jeff,' be later found himself In a 
Chicago hotel functionally unatilc to woric. For 

Irsttlmcrslncc tichndmovcdf 
Athens. Ohio, to Son Diego he was suffering 
from tialloon-headcdncss and the realization 



.JjacKcast wosJJtf fy^was an alri^klssei\By^w 
tt was almost Christmas, deeply into party 
season and soon Elizabeth was Idsslng air all 
over southern California. - 

Among those Inadvertently smacked was 
the caterer. Toshlhlro, whodld these 
wonderful things with avocado and sushi ami 
was hi great demand all the way north to Los 
Angeles and San Francisco. It was bad enough 
that Tosni spKAd something besides wasabi 

-onTiBfsiishnmiiannlectcdtheentirestate. — 
Toshi also had dinner with his son, Peter, who 
worked in Silicon Valley and was having an 



-affair- wllha r<jmp"'P'' pmgrgmmpr, Hnlen. 
- ■ '"nicrc was an uncomfortable moment a — - 
week or so later, wbai Peter's wife came hito 
the office to discover that bH three of tbeiiu^. 
shared thd same symptoms. At that pohit, 
since It was almost Valentine's Day, Helen 
decided thot It might be wise to go home to St. 
Louis fora while, where she poured out her 
soul and her cold Into wads of Kleenex which 
she left on the table belonghig to her college 
roommate's husband, Thad. 

This m an, b y gboeral accla mation, was 
Tfealthyagirh orBg andahray yworeh ' 



rubbers. But ten dayslater, that same THa3~ 
kissed his wife good-bye, poured some cough 
medicine down his throat, squeezed some 
decongestant up his nose, and tookoff for 
Washington lo ^vo a training session to the 
Secret Service men about to cover the 
presidential candidates. . 

Due to a shortage of equipment, the very 
sort of thing that Th«(l railed against in his 
—onnuaLmcmos, he was forced to lend his ear 
receiver to on agent named Brian who was 
soon lo be assigned to tlie Massachusetts 



pHryinry Mnw Rrinn, fTT<iiri you^had 

reputation forutterdoee-mouthednessrHe—— 
wail a loner, you ml^t say, a human l3olati(Hi 
ward, and the enthre chain of medical history 
ml^t have ended here If it weren't fora 
particularly aggressive TV reporter assigned 
to Brian's candidate. 

In pursuit of a quote on Super Tuesday, Jane 
tried topres^past Brian at ttie very moment 
when this mooicumof restraint dldsomt^hlng 
unprecedented in the history of the service:"'-" 
He sneezed all overbcr microsfrmc.So i t w as , 
ThalfipMlqeliSoejw^aaT^Si^M 
beginning to feel a UtUo fullness in the nasal 
passages as she sat at a friend's table in 
Boston. 

She and her friend laughed. They poured 
two glasses of wine. Tbey poured two more. 
One'BWinegtassgotconfusedwlththeother's. • 
One'sgermsIoopttotbdoUier.Aiidtbi^for ' 
the medical record. Is the shaggy gam story' 
ofhowlgotsachttmlserriaeedd. 



Ellen Goodmna mites /orUieBostoa 
GkOte. 



Experts split over 
sub-ear riererash 



Friday, March 23, 10a4 Timos-Nowa. Twin Falls, Idaho A-5 



By FRED S.- HOFFMAN 
APimtnry Writer - . . . 

WASHINGTON — U.S. Navy ships 
escorting the aircraft carrier Kltiy 
Hawk tost sonar contact with a Soviet 
submarine iJcfore the sub hit the 

. Oaltop in the Sea of Japan, the 
Defense Department's chief 
spokesman said Thursday. 

But a Navy spokesman disagreed, 
saying the escort vessels had dcllber-- 
-ately broken sonar contact with the 
sub about two hours before the col- 
lision Wednesday night. 

"It Is Is not necessary In on exercise 
to maintain 24-hour-a-day contact," 
Lt. Cmdr. Joh n Woodhouse said. ".^ 

— We-jaioWThCy are there, and Ihey 
Know we know they are there." Other 
Navy officers af^ocd. 

Woodhouse made his remarks after 
a news briefing by Michael Burch, the 
assistant secretary of defense for 
public affairs, who also disclosed that 
— contrary to earlier Pentagon re- 
ports ~ both vessels bad, suffered 

some damage. - 

Burch could not be reached imme- 
diately to comment on Woodhouse's 
statements. 

parch said the Victor-class, 
nuclear-powered submarine had tieen 
seen coming lo Uie surface on several 
occasions In previous days and would 
not have been allowed anywhere noar 

—tinrao^XXPton currier in a wui'TJitiia- 
llon. 

"If it was a wartime situation the 
submorlne would never have gotten in 
betwrtrt the battle group," he said. 
— --'During-peacetimet-.there Is-no-way 
that we coh prevent- free passage. 
We're talking about peacetime here, 
and that's the big difference," 

French 
president 
pans war 

WASHINGTON (AP) - President 



Burch contended "tliere Is adequate 
protection for the fleet tn >»artimc." 

Only one of the U.S. Navy's 14 
aircraft carriers, the USS America, 
has Its own sonar for underwater 
detection of submarines. Burch and 
Navy officials stressed that escort 
warships and planes and helicopters 
from the carriers provide such pro- 
tection. 

Asked whether he felt that there 
._was..imy lapse In security, Burch 
replied: "Noncwtialsoever." 

"1 am told by the skipper and the 
various reports that are filed out of 
that region that they had lost contact 
with her," he contlriued. "And that's 
not all that unusual. You lose contact, 
"you niPestabllsh "Contact:*' 

The Kitty Hawk's skipper, Capt. 
David N. Rogers, told reporters 
niursday, "I had no Indication on the 
radar scope and no visual Indication" 
of the submarine Just before the 
collision. "I presume the sub was 
surfachig and It did not show up on 
radar." — . 

Rogers also said the nearest escort 
ship with sonar capability was 2,5 
miles from the carrier. 

At his briefing, Burch blamed the 
Soviet vessel for the collision, which 
occurred during an exercise 150 miles 
east of the South Korean coast. 

"The point remains that the subma- 
rine is the burdened vessel," he said, 
-adding' Uu it the-Vlctor-stioald-travt! — - 
shown navigation lights If It was on 
the surface or given way to the carrier 
If submerged. 



Street fighting breaks out irL Lebanon 



By ROBERT H. REID 
Tlie Associated Pross - 



fragments from his chest. 

The .Mourabltoun — Arable for 
"ambushers" — Is the largest militia 
In the Moslem's National Movement 



BElRUT,.J^banon - Street fight- I" the Moslem-s National Movcmcni 
Ing broi:J.X:. r-^«J3w- Moslems in cfWll on which was founded hi 
west Beirut on Thursday when Druse and is headed by Jumb att The 
militiamen disarmed a small, pro- M°"rflWtoun had close links to th^ 
Libyan group they blamed for recent Palestine Ubcrotlon Organization 
abductions of Christians and a and lost much of Its strength after the 

"campQl^"of lawlessness:" 1 Israclllnvasion-of-Lebonon-ln-June 

Eight people were killed and 17 
wounded, including" an American 
news photographer, in the fighting 
tjctwecn the Druse, headed by Wolld 
Jumblatt, and and the Sunnl Moslem 
4o(tist-Mourabftoun,_, police sources 
said. " 

t/slghton Mark, 32, a photographer 
for United Press International, was In 
stable ondltlon after undergoing 
surgery to remove a bullet and shell 



1982. 

Druse fighters won control of all 
Mourabltoun strongholds by midday 
Thursday, Including the ' group's 
headquarters and radio station. 

The attack on the Mourabltoun was 
-ordered after the group failed to abide 
by the cease-fire called for by ■ 
Lebanon's leaders meeting in 
Switzerland, said All Musawl. a 
spokesman for Jumblatt's party. 



A statement from the party accused at the Italian Embassy, told police 

the Mourabltoun of blackmail, raiding three gunmen abducted him and a 

andransncklngBhopsandrcstaurants friend Wednesday night in west 

for protccllon money and kidnapping Beirut. They were_ released a half 

Christian residents of wcst-Bclrut "In hour later after the gunmen took their 
an acccIeraMn'g xampaign of Jflt^^.. money and car. ■ r.' *i5T:-::^r. 

lessness In recent days." , , , , 

It offered no specific details and Nnoum Farah,- an official of the 

made no mention of the recent kid- Christian Lebanese Forces militia, 

nappings of three Americans, all of called on foreign embassies, busl- 

whom were abducted from west nesses and news organizations to 

Beirut. move from west Beirut lo the Chris- 

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TraiicoirMLIcn^nOrT^incoraa: 
dressing a Joint meeting of Congress, 
called Thursday for a global effort to 
"reduce the level of misery In the 
world" aa an Importnnt stcp-towanl 
Improving the atmosphere for 
stabllUyandpoacc. 

Mitterrand said that while the quest 
for peace Is vital, It will be pointless so 
-long as -'-'we allow- thc.underlylng 

causes of war to prosper." 

"It Is my conviction ,that.mw. of. 
the revolutions and wars In the Third 
"World unfnfeliSJnrsl of allln'thffsolf 
™ — of-poverty-Jind-ocoiwmlc-oxplollatton. 

snld the P^nch president, who 
Began a two^-vlalt-to. Washington 

by-tiiscusslng-Kast-Wf- "'— — 

with President Reagan. 

At a White House state dinner 
Thut^day nl^t, Reagan said the 
United States "remains thoraugtily 
> committed" to the Western alliance 
and the defense of Europe. 

" Wc seek peace and security, and to 
that end, America also strives to 
achlevegreater. East-West dialogue," 
Reagan said in toasting Mitterand. 
"We win continue to work for a more 
stable relationship with the Soviet 
U nion , one that will lead to better 

midflrslandIllg~Bnd a relaxing 

exl=t*"*'eo^It)ji&;; 

- - Mitterrand""— told -American 

I legislators that France supports ef- 
forts to bring peace and* democratic 
rule lo nations such as those In 
Central America, where EI Salvador 
not onlyts^flghtlng leftlst-fnaurgents- 
but Is plagued by "poverty and eco- 
nbmic;'expIoltntlon." 



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that, would topple the government of 
Pritti^'''Mlrilster Yltz ak Shamir by 
requiring early elections passed the 
first of four votes hi the Israeli 
parUani'cnfo'n Thursday. 

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Labor Fatly motion was 61-58, with 
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Heart pxbgr am remaiiilron ariticcii list 



2 convicted, 2 free 



By DONNA ANDERSON 
ITwAssocJaled Press 

-^;:'J ,'ALT LAKE CITY — A year alter the deaih of , 
. artillcf q1 heart recipient Bamey Clark, doctors who 
' oncchoped to save thousandaofdylngpaticnts with 
Uio plastic organ are sUU trying to get tlielr 
— programoff thecrltlcalllsL 

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. agencies, the researchers are fmpatfently waiting 
' todotlteirsccondlinplant. 

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do It abroad,'* says the heart's Inventor, Dr. RolJcrt 
JarvUc. "The United States Is not going to be the 
leader hi this thhig If It Elts back and has regulatory 
mechanisms that take a year between cases." 

He believes at least 50,000 people a year could 
benefit from the artlflclai. heart, but says re- 
searchers must perform many Implants beforelhey 
can pr(^)erly evaluate the device. Once that hap- 
pens, Jarvlk said, the mechanical heart could be 
available for clinical use at several hospitals within 
a few years. 

Clark, 62, a retired dentist from suburban Seattle, 
died a year ago Friday after II2 days at the 
University of Utah Medical Center as the first 
recipient of a permanent artificial heart. 
He had suffered from a degeoeraUve,JncurabiG_ 
, heart disease called cardiomyopathy and wna 



considered a poor candidate for a heart transplant 
After Clark's operation, he grlttUy insisted the 
' Implant was worth It, but be wns'never able to 
exchange his hospital room for (he quiet life of 
writing and playing with tils ffrondchlldre^ tic had- 
sought. • ' * 

Instead, his sojourn on the heart' was a mlncflctd 
of repeated surgeries, seizures, severe nosebleeds, 
pneumonia, emphysema and kidney problems. 

•The heart's steady, nir-driven t>cats could do 

nothing to prevent the failure ol aork's other- agency oIsd made suggesthnis about the patlc^ 



FALL RIVER. Mass. (AP) — A 
jury on Thursday convicted two men 
of aggravated rape and acquitted two 
others of all choi^ges in the case of a 
woman who was gong- roped on a 
barroom pool tatile vdille qiectators 
cheered. 

Two other defendants were con- 
victed _last'Saturday_ ol aggravated 
. rape in a separate trial before a 

drtvc"uiiit and oh Clark's medical records. The separate Jury. Hie crime carries a 



PDA's questions Involve fundamental issues. But he 
said the reviewers have been "very, very slow. 
There's no reason that Ilhas to be so slow." 

The FDA quesllons could delay n second implant 
an additional two months or more, said Dr. Richard 
Lc«, coordinator of the heart team and acting dean 
of the school's College of Medicine. 
Ltfc sai J the FDA's concerns* focus on use of a 
■ heart valve, experiments with a portable 



organs and clrculolory system that eventually 
killed hhn. 

Nonetheless, researchers were elated by tlie. 
heart's performance and predicted that more 
Implants soon would follow. But their request to 
perform the next operation on a patient with less 

.advanced heart disease has txiggcd down. 

- Implant, surgeon Dr. WUllam DeVries-fimiedus" 
the university's federally mandated Institutional 
Review Board deliberated nine monttis belotn 
deciding Jan. 10 to approve a second Implont. 

Then the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 
after considering DeVries* proposal three weeks 
longer than the 30 days called for In federal 
guidelines, last week declined to approve It without 
more Information. . - 

"We're very sure we vrill get approval In the 

"UnI[ea'Slates.".-Jarvlk"aflldr because' none -of the- 



maximum poiolty of life In prison. 

The Superior Court Juy dcllbemted 
Just over seven liours iKbre returning 
the verdicts, ending the tilghly 
publicized double trials, «4ilch were 
carried on live, television tiy Catile 
News Network. 



consent fonn and tiad questions about how the IRB 
reached Its decision. 

DeVrlcs, who angrily criticized the IRB for taking 
so lortg "while patients were dying," has declined 
commcDt on the FDA delay. 

Dr. Lylc Joyce, who assisted DeVries In replacing _ __ _. 

the tajlifig ventricles of^Clark'AnaiUCfiUieart^rlth The-case-Bhocked-the-nfltion-and. 

"tnc^QTvlR-? in a' seven-hour operation Dec. 2, 1982, became a rallying point for women's 
saldhels"vcryoptlmlstlc"aboutthefuture. rights groups when a .22-year-oId 

Still. Joyce said. "It's a shame wo have gone a mother of two reported on March 6, 
vAnle year now ... It's almost disrespectful to him 
^(Clork) that we tiaven't done any more implants." 

After receiving IRB approval. DeVries began 
evaluating potential recipients, but now has stopped 
until the FDA flecldes. 

"The nature of (heart) disease Ii-aucti that 
patients don't have very much time. It's quite 
dlscouraglnKWhen ...they die<V-Lee said, — 



1983, that she had been attacked in Dig 
Dan's tavern hi New Bedford. The 
trial was moved to Fall River, 12 
miles to the northwest, bfccause of the 
heavy publicity. 

Victor Raposo. 23, and Jotm Cor- 
dciro, 21, were convicted of ag- 
gravated rope. Witnesses testified 
they had tried to hove oral sex with 
the woman while she was pinned 
against the table. 

Vlrglllo Mcdelros and Jose 
Medelros, both 24 and no relation, 
were found Innocent of ail charges. 
Witnesses testified tlrey tried to in- 
terfere with efforts to stop the assault 
and ctiecred on their friends, but no 
one 'directly Implicated them in al- 
tjicklng the woman. 

Scott Chamas, the 'vlclISTa- al-"" " 
tomey, said, "She was satisfied with 
the Jury's verdict." 



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LOS ANGELES (AP) - For the 
first time in Jotin Z. De Lorean's 
cocaine trafficking trial, a pro* 

Etlve Juror was dismlBsed Thur»i. 
t>ecau8e she said she believed the 
maker had t)een "set up" by the 
govenunent. 

The woman's dismissal brQUgbt a 
.'veHemeht' protest from' De Xoreatfs' 
• defense team who oUeged thty were 
not being treated fairly, 
niey argued that the Juiy candldote 



was merely presuming De Lorean 
innocent as she had been Instructed. 

"We are getting unequal . trea^ 
ment," ottonwy Donald Re told U.ii. 
DbtrlctJudgeHobertTakosufti: 



The woman had declared of De 
Lorean's arrest: "I thlnJcprolMbly It 
waa'asetiv^" ' 

Re argued that prospective Jurors 
have been allowed to remain on the 
panel v4ien they presumed De Lorean 



was "more likely gull^" but pro- 
mised to t>e fair. 

"Iliat is a far more dangerous 
presumption," Re said." 

His partner. Howard WelUman, 
told the Judge: "1 don't undentand 
what the standard is for dlsmlssbig 
Jurors. This Is the first Juror weMre - 
hod come. In who .believed Mr. De 
Lorean was Innocent, and this Juror 
said she could be fair and impartial." 



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Beach. Accusedof 75 counts, Buckey 

_ . could be sentenced to as much as 156 

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LOS ANGELES (AP] - Five 
teachers at a suburtwi pre^ool 
were arrested Diursday following 
tbelr Indictment on a total oi 109 
.-count8-o(..lelony_chUd.. molestation 



attorney said,— 

v ; " We're talking obout rape, sodomy, 

oral citation and fonolbig," Dis- 
trict Attorney Robert Phillboslan told 
a news contorcnce regarding "niurs- 

. „dny'a indictmcntfl oljbe instructors 

Irom the now-defl mct McM artin 
School In the oceansld^nunuiflty of' 
"M an hatta n Beach. 

He sard_tHe five detendanii " 



dleated-tbat Buck^.jnay.bave.been. 
involved "In"crtmInal'acUvIty""on"the~ 
(school) premises «4ien he was as 
young as i^jreora old." 

Phlllbosl&n jnld-hls office was 
seeking ball of n million tbr Buckey, 
the grandson of Ms, McMottln. 

Buckcy's mother, Peggy McMartin- 
Buckey, 57, was charged with IS 



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- eluding three rdnllvS oCtKe school's ol '36 years In prisonTBall or*35iWlO" 

~founderr~ — Vlrglnln McMortln,— wos-requcsted for hor, -PhUlbosian 

allegedly obtained Uio silence of their said. 



-iMrs. — Buckoy-s — da u g h t er — 



Buckey's sister, Peggy Ann Buckey, 
28, Of Newport Beach, was charged, 
with one count of child- molestation 
and could spend eight years In prison 
If convicted. BaU of «SO.O0O was re- 
quested. 

Betty Raldor ot Manhattan Beach, 
believed to-bo-ln-bc r . late. SOs, .was 



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by threatening to harm their parents. 

■ vin order \a back those threats, 
■small animals were actually slaugh- 
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i sence," Phillboslan said. 
: A Superior Court arraignment was 

expected Friday morning, the district 

attorney added. He noted that the - 
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By CAROLE FELDMAN 
The Associated Press 

Walter F. Mohdale, $110,000 richer 
alter a tund-rafslng blitz In Califomln, 
accused Gory Hart on Thursday of a - 
pdlltfcol flip-flop on Israel as Hart 
apologized for a letter that differed 
from his statements on moving the 
UiS. Embassy In Israel to Jerusalem. 

'The Hart apology came as he and 
.Mondale traded accusations about 
.each other's loyal^ to Israel In 
advance of New York's April 3 
primary. 

Botti—Caadld 
'advance \Mlr position among Jewish 
voters, who have accounted lor about 
a third of the Democratic primary 
turnout In New York City In recent 

"primaries; 

: The third candidate for the Demo- 
cratic presidential nomination, ilho 
Rev. Jesse Jackson, took the day off 
ISbrsday. 

Hart, at a speech in New York City, 
JKai*g«i"tnai"Moniiflie^nfld-tried'to- 

Vlfatlniidate and coerce" Israel into 
talcing unacceptable Bccurlty risks. 
— ynilke'hlfl rivals for thfl-Dcmocrfltie" 
pros ldenti&l~ncinlnatlon,~ he~8al dr^i— 
havo no apologies to make and no 
explanations to.olfer" for his stance 
on Israel. 
But minutes later. Hart was asked 

tareJtplaln-a-letter-sent-out-by-hls- 

Senate offlce that suggested the U.S. 
Embassy In Israel be moved- to 
Jerusalem only as part of Qveroll 
effort to negotiate a Middle East 
pence treaty. 

T Hart sold that If elected president, 
tie would move the embassy without 
preconditions. 

" As for the letter, he said, "I apolo- 
gize for that ambiguity. It is unfortu- 

iiate,_I. assume responsib)!ity_ror_lt^ 

But the letter does not reflect my 
position today or my position a year 
ago. or for that mutter sbc weeks 
ago." 

He later said he wasn't "apologizing 
for anythhigi" only accepting respon- 
sibility for the letter. 

nZAt a news conference before leaving- 
Los Angelos-for New-YorkrJUondalc 

Vof^rsaltcf 



said Hart's statement that he favors 
moving the embassy from Tel Aviv to 
Jerusalem represented "a blatant po- 
litical shift" Just days after Hart had 
written to the Zionist Organization of 
America Indicating another point of 
view. 

In the letter, Mondale s^ld. Hart 
said the United States shouldn't take 
sides in the matter unless agreement 
was reached by all sides. 

Mondale said. he interpreted this to 
mean the various Arab factions in the 
Middle East, which he sold would 
never agree to the move. "The 
_chancES of that are as great as the sun 
coming up from the west." he added. 

Mondale was talking about the let- 
ter In Los Angeles at about the same 
time Hart was being asked about It in 
New York. _ 

The former vice president's attack 
on Hart culminated a 20-hour trip to 
Caiiromia that amassed $110,000 for 
Uie Mondale campaign, according to 
Mickey Kantor,, the state campaign 
~clialrmanr~ — ' 

Jackson, has offended many Jews 
with his reference to them as 
-"Hymle3""and to New York City as 
-"HymiBtownf*^and-a!so-by-hlB-Btrong- 
UcstolhcArabcommunlty. 

But Assemblyman Albert Vann, 
Jackson's New York campaign man^ 
ager. said he thought Jackson's refer- 
-ence to "Hymletown'-was^'not afatal- 
error." He said Jewish workers In the 
campaign were disappointed, but 
stayed on. 

"They still feel he's the ttest can- 
dldate,"heBald. 

Jackson plans a major campaign 
effort In New York later this week. 

The candidates' keen Interest Is 
New York Is explained by the 252 
convention delegates at stake In the 
■primary. 

Almost "a third of the delegates to 
the Democratic National Convention 
have been chosen, and Mondale leads 
Hart, 629-357. Jackson has Gl. 



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L WASHINGTON (AP) - Last- 
—qilnute shifts In voters', op Inlon sihav e^ 
— tjecn-nTtcy^actonmhe outcome bX~~ 
this year's Democratic presidential 
primaries, andjwllstcrs have tracked 
-"tbosft- changes right up to . the"l ast " j; 
minute. 

This week, hi Illinois, for example, 
Walter F. Mondale was lifted to victo- 
ry over Sen. Gary Hart on a late surge 
of support that was reflected In 
sampling taken on each of tho-days 
leadlngup to the balloting. 

Conversely. Hart won the New 
Hampshire primary on Feb. 28 with a 

— closing_wave-Ol-decislon3_Uiat-lhe 

same poll tracked up until the day 

before theelcction.- - 

^H n rt held on- to win In Florida 
. despite what a late poll there sug- 
^^sted-waajiiinaLmovejunoiig-votera. 
" tdward Mondale. 

-Ineachofthethrcestates,exltpolls 
of voters cm^.CiJdthe latc-breaklng 
-. .tendencies reflected In the so-called 
iracklng polls leading up to tho 
baliotlngrthat many voters made up 
-their minds In the day or .two before 
the primaries. 

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— whQ-works forMondole,-said Thurs-- 
diay that voter opinions are changing 
rapidly so far this year, outdatlng poll 
results almost dally.- - • 
'^'The shelMlfo of a survey In this 
" "erectlo'n may be-aboiir48-I»iire;'* he- 
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Idaho 



Boise explosion costly; 



hiking license fee 

BOISE (AI*r''^~^^"iiiij^C "iiiii'S'Motor vehicle bureau, told ihe 
- committee wants some questions an- committee, 
swered before It acts on legislation He said Uie money would help set up 
raising Idaho driver's license fees tjy a program that would enable anyone 
$2.- — who- passes their driver's e xam to . 

The Senate Transportation Com- ■"*■"" 
mlttoe on Thursday decided to the 
hold the bill, which has passed the 
House, for further study. 

Members had so many questions 
about where the extra $4^,000 would 
go and how It would be spent, that the 
panel appointed a subcommittee to 
look Into the matter further. 



wallt out that same day with their new 
license in hand. 

The bill would raise the fee for a 
driver's licenso from SIO to $12, he 
said. 

Of the $2, half would go to the 
counties for their operating expenses. 
The other dollar would go to the state 
highway account to pay for ihe cam- 

^ » . „ . , eras and computcrs.neccs5aiy_for-.a — 

The state -Department-of'Trans-.. . stalled "instant-Issue" drivers 
portatlon. with the support of county jfccnse program 
sheriffs throughout the state, wants Jep^rtment has come undei^ 

thc_extra_rOTcnuo^Joi^pprogri^ ^^r the lengthy-delays In 

eliminating long delays In getting g^ung drivers licenses out to people, 
drivers licenses to people who ve ^^^^j committee meetUig was no 
pawedUwlr drivers exam. exception. 

The average delay now is about 26 "i got my license three days ago, 
working -days from the time the do- and took the exam on the 27th of 

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BOISE {AP) — City fire 
vestigators Thursday sifted throu^- 
thc rubble left after a massive 
explosion and fire ripped tlirough a 
Soisc business complex, s eriously In- 
"lurihg one persohT 

Robert Perata, -13, the owner of the 
Boise Bakery that was all but leveled 
by the blast, was taken off the critical 
list after undergoing nearly four 
hours of su!:gery. But Perata re- 
mained In the intensive care unit at 
St. Alphonsus Regional Medical 
Center hi serious condition. 

Dep uty Fire Chief Ken Vargason 
said investigators' still needed more 



suffered two fractured ankles, 
"fraciured"knco'and a fractured skull" 
along with nUnor bums when the 
building housing his business and a 
wholesale florist . eruptcd....d urlng , 



time to substantiate their Initial find- 
ing that the explosion resulted from a 
broken gas pipe that Perata had been 
trying to repair. ■ 
A hospital spokesman said Perata 



"Wedntsday's evening ru5h"hour. 

An employee of the tuikeiy, located 
Just outside thc-city's core downtown 
area, was treated at the bo^ltal and 
released shortly after the hicldent. 

Damage was estimated in excess of 
$1 million from the explosion, which 
one bystander- said she ^thought- 
sounded like an atomic bomb. Shock 
waves from the blast shattered \Wn-_ 
dbws Iri neighboring buildings and 
scattered debris over a 14-bIock area. 

As flames leaped 30 feet In the olr 
along with billowing cloudes of 
smoke, rush-hour traffic was snarled 
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Idaho 




t518 (Revenuo and Taxation) — 
• allow for exemption from transfer 
^Ad inheritance taxes of all property 
' tAuisferred to a surviving spouse. 

j;HB538 (State Affairs) — To provide 
^tiiat a flre protection district stiall be ' 
HSnnibdistricted following annexation 
Sfltprt^jerty from anoUier county. 
«JHB412 (Judiciary, Rules and Ad- 

-T«hUstration) To-delcte obsolete 

laierences to telegraph service In the 
33'Mic UtUlUesUw. 
«--HB450 (Stato Affairs) - Allows 
aBublle Utilities Commission to de- 
38miine reasonable fees charged for 
2gK>les of papers and records. 
i^HB457 (Judlclaiy, Rules and Ad- 
Mlnlstration) —Oianges the time for 
^ing a petition for reconsideration of 
order by the Public Utilities 

•^SHBISI (State Affairs) — To provide 
JAal taxing district information pre- 
'inrcd for .elecUoos ouUiorlzIns 
l^Dondcd indebtedness be submitted to 
,;t9Q county recorder. 
;:!;»HB503 (Health and Welfare) - To 
-jrDfOvJde.that.tlJBjecords.oflmspltals. 
Imt) confidential. 



HB673 (Appropriations) — Appro- 
priation of ^.9 million to Depoitment 

of Self-Goveming Agencies. 

SB12S6' (Health, EducaUon and 
Welfare) — Coverts average dally 
attendance to average daily 'mem- 
t>ershlp for apportionment of money 
in the School Foundation Program. 

SB1272 (Health, EducaUon and 
Welfare) — EUlminatcs necessity for 
tulxircuiosis examinations of school 
personnel. 



Budget p anel st ymied by funding fights 



BOISE (AP) — With the Idaho House still 
-wrangling over proposed tax Increases, legislative 
budget writers Thursday temporarily suspended 
action on ttie most critical part of the 10S5 state 
budget — funding for education. 

Over objections from a minority coalition of 
Democrats and Republicans, the Joint Finance- 
Appropriations C^ommittee voted 12-8 to make the 
public schools budget, which by Itself accounts (or 
morc~than"40 percent~of "all general - revenue 
spending, the vcrv lost Item on Its agenda. 



"That wlU give us a little more time to sec what tlon spending increases in the coming year pro- 

happens in our chombcra," said Sen. JMork Rides, mptcd Gov. John Evens, to issue an optimistic^ 

R-Rexburg. assessment about Uie budget negotiations that 

Tlie committee also appeared intent on putting off forced a s pecial le gislative session Just a year ago. 

decisions on spending for higher education and "We'rev-^"'ni'»-^v^--^lU.*'^iHB?W**who^ 

vocatloifal education, the other two key components been demanding major education budget hikes 

of the state budget. But attempts to force their after capltulatkig to a zero-Increase budget last 

Immediate consideration led the committee to year. 

adjourn until later In Uie day. Conservative committee members, however,' 

- But mounting Indications thut the revenue will . apjxiarcd less confident, about the Legislature's 

ultimately be made available for substantial educa- final decision on hleher taxes. 



;;HB4fi6-(Local Gov ernm ent) - 
^^mhmte. the reference to a j^lar 
■amount limiting, the . maximum 
_{f^mount of county, warrants. 
- fI B47Z^^Oieven u e- an d^Taxatlon)-— — 

-Allow cigarette dealers and 
Sivholesalers to pay taxes due on the 
igih-oMbe^monlh-fdtewlng^he-month— 
wWeirtbe-tax-waa-acertied,- rather — 
^inSdyanoe.^ 



n SHES89 (Revenuo and taxation} — 
;Tl> change the record-keeping re- 
'quirements for Importers and sellers 
: 'I'bf beerfromlSmonthstofourycars. 

HB390 (Revenue and Taxation) — 
■ " change" the~recopd-keeplng~Te= — 
oqulrements for wine Importers and 
MOUBtributors from 16 nunths to four 
altars. 

~"HB445 (Local Government) — To 
*i3low cities the option of modifying 
S&c election of city councU members 
SU^ designating seats. 
2 "HBSIO (Stote Affairs) - To provide 
itiiat voters' pamphlets may be mailed 
Sill' distributed by the sccrctoiy of 
SJate. 

-;hbg74 (State.Affalrs).- Requiring. 
■Sagisiative candidates in multl- 
-aflamberle<ddatIve'''dlBtfrclsTffTliF- 



ilcijirc the specific seat or position (hey 
- seek when filing their candidacy. 

HB589 (Health and Welfare) - To 
^imit the rate of increase in rcimburs- 
It^ble nursing home property costs. 

■ HB669 ("Appropriations) —To elim- 
inate the transfer of funds from the 
Si^iAT- nnnniint (ft ihf n1n>hol sofety— 

. Z^fttloo program account and the ll* 

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HWBJ^rRCMiireea-iihd' Cdniserva-" 
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SCR120 (Judiciary and Rules) — 
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A- medical assistance. 
::: SSB1381. (Finance) - Appropriatins 
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^ SSBlsas (Finance] — Appropriating 
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gB13 86 fStoto Affairs) -Toprovlde.^ 
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gpBljrBoes not"60tistltuto the pracUce of 
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_ SBISS? (Stote Affairs) - To provide 
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a: 3lU«B)'<Fliiaiice} ^ Aivropriating 
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- 2 SB138ft.(Plnaiice)cr- App««)riating, 
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''m 5SB1390TFInHH«J)"AppnjprlaUng- 
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■881393 (Finance) — Appropriating 

- mtlUon to Uio Public Health Trust 
^Accoimtf or fiscal 198S. 
::;«B1394 (Finance) — Appropriating 
■ '|9.1 million to the E)epartment of 
•Agriculture for fiscal 1985. 
introduced la House 

- HR6 (Ways and Means) — Proposes 
-changes to House rules to clarify that 
rc<!irtaln questions must be decided by 

— Jipjority^jf-Heuso-mepibors-prosent^ 

tall members. 

_ _ffl7i5 (Apprt^riallons) — Appro- 
SiQlation of $3.9 mUlion to state 
•auditor's office. 
I HB7ie (Appropriations) — Appro- 
3)riaUon of 45.1 mliilon to Department 
jSf Water Resources. 

. . ^prt a t toM). ,, ■ Appn '^ 



TjlMdation of $2.6 million to attorrwy 
tB&neriO's office. 

■ ed By (Governor 
-^"iiB4H (Business) — Provides flnal- 
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30b Idaho Insurance Guarantee 
Spsoclation In regard to an hisoivent 

5EHB495 (Judiciary, Rules and Ad- 
SKpnistratlon) — Elmlnates a name 
3*ange procedure for corporations, 
Srovldea credits for registered cor- 
Mrations.. ^ . . 

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•tSnlstration) — Provides definitions 



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461 - One Size Stocking. Run-Resist Sandal Too. reg, S2,50Novif $2.10 
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507 -Ultra Sheer Pantyhose. SandaUoot. reg. $4.25 Now $3.50 
347 -Control Top Ultra Sneer Panl/hose, Sandalfool, reg. $4.75 Now $3.95 
392 - Opaque Pantyhose. Sandalfool. reg, $3.75 Now $3.10 y 



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A-lonmoa-Newo.TwIfiFBlla, Idnho Friday. March 23. 1984 



W Idaho 



—M^Glure introdxices 
wilderness package 



BOISE (AP) — Leaving the 
wilderness issue unresolved wUl 
threaten timber-dependent communl- 
_ ties, throughout, the _We3t. says. Sen,. 
James McCIure, R-Idoho. 

McClure made his remarits to the 
Senate Wednesday In Introducing a 
526,000-acre wilderness bill - Idaho's 
congressional delegation announced 

am not closing any doors," he said. * I 



is vastly short of the amount re- 
commended by conservaUonlsts, and 
slightly below the recommendation of 

theldatiatlmberhidustiy.. _:_ 

But McClure said Idaho will con- 
tinue to have the largest wlldcmcss 
system In every state but Alaska. 

He hinted the bUl Is subject to 
compromise. 




IndiaRS— reGQgnition SQught 



GOV. JOHN EVANS 
Endorses trittal p*.in 



BOISS (AP) — Gov. John Evans. 
saying-Idaho's Indian-tribal- lenders 
"becd to have spechil recognition." 
has generally endorsed a Nez Perce 
.mbo plan for expansioa. of . the state . 
Fish and Game Commission to In- 
.cludcapcmumentlndlaitiminber. .__ 
"I certainly think It VNiuld be 
worthwhile ... because they obviously 
have very basic fish and game rights 
throughout the state," the governor 
said Thursday after signing Into law 
two Indian affairs bills. 

Flanked by rcpresentallves from 
Jciir_oI_lhc_state'a live recognized 
tribes, Evans approved legation 
protecting Indian burial grounds and 
authorizing the state and local gov- 
ernments to enter Into cooperative 
agreements with the tribes for Joint 
concurrent exercise of powers and for 



transfer of real and personal pro- 
perty. -^^ 

Although he said ho wanted to 
discuss the issue of a permanent 
In dian c ommissio n sea t with the five 
tisK and game conunissibners first. 
jMllLc^f eiwcutlw sold the plan could 
ensure continued cooperation be- 
tween the tribes and the state in fish 
and wildlife resource management. 

"The proposal Is appropriate, and 
wc^ould consider Implementing It," 
ho said. 

Gordy Hlgheagle, a Ncz F>erce trit>- 
_al._councll _member. _broacbcd_the_ 
expansion proposal Wednesday dur- 
ing a meeting with the Pi^ and Game 
Commission. Althou^ the commis- 
sioners let It drop without discussion. 
Chairman Keith Stoncbraker said the 
proposal and alternatives to It will be 



considered at the regular April meet- ■ 

-i^ 

Under Klgheaglo's plan, the goV 
enxir wguld select' the addlUoaaT 
commission mexnBerTftfflTrpnne^jif;" 
nonUnecs submitted by the live tribes. 
Each tribe would place oiJc namOJan*- 
that panel. 

aolmlng their poIIUcal sovereignty 
and fish and wildlife treaty rights, 
Hlgheagle and Allen Plnkham^. 
chairman of the Nez Perce executfi« 
counc il, said the_ tribes want to hove^^ 
on active rSIe in the policy decisions' 
that afreet their rights. But UiCY 
contended the commission and state 
fish and game officials have efr 
fecUvely kept them in the dark unti} 
those decisions have been mode. 



million acres of roadless land In 
national forests In 'Idaho for iwn- 
wUdemess use, McCluro said In writ- 
ten comments placed in the Congres- 
sional Record. 
Tlic additional wildemcss proposed 



view it OS just the opposite." 

Release of timber resources Is des- 
perately needed for non-wllderoess 
areas. McCluresald. ' 



PUC asks fine on firm 

BOJSEIAP) — The Idaho Public Couurt here asks for a civU penally - 
- Utilities Commission. Is osldng for.a against the firm. It Is not a-crimlnal 
$2,OO0penaJtyagalnfita Utah trucking complaint. 

firm for accidentally dropping two The PUC said a company truck 
— bngs-ot^ibazatdous^ubstance on an driver told.an InvesUglator-abag of 
Idahflhl ghwny, ; Uic chemical was protnidlng from a 



The Public Utilities Commission 
said Thursday Lcatham Brothers, 

-H(nc;7«alHbake^ltyH»<harged-wllh^ 
dropping two bags of sodium 

_dlchn)matejin-IdnhCL75jTear_S.lanley_ 
on March 12. 

The PUC alleges the company vio- 
lated state regulations on the trans- 
portation of hazardous substances by 
falling to properly secure the toxic 

" load. " " " 

A complaint Oled in 4Ui District 



pallet on the flatbed truck at a loading 
terminal at Richmond, Calif. 
— I^te — commission — said — the^n- 
vestlgator reported the truck driver 
dealt with the problem by putting the 
bag of chemicals on top of the load, 
but when he arrived at his destination 
.In Idaho's Custer County, two bsgs 
were missing. 

Idaho 75 was dosed for about five 
hours while officers looked for the 



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Friday. March 23, 1984 Tlme»-News, Twin Falls. Idaho 



Fear of economic slowdown 
iets stock market into slide 



Today's stocks | Closing commodity futures 



SPOKANE, Waitt. 



,?Marfcet In Brief — 

N.Y.S.E. Issues 
't Consoidated Trading 
Thursday, March 22 

Volume-Shares 
101,459,870 
Issues Traded 
1,977 



487 

UnchangodI 
397 

DoWn 
1,093 




•N.Y.aE. Index 



~90;:30- 



-t:00 



•S.4P.,Comp. 

^56^69-^^:97 
•Dow Jones.lnid. ■ 
>1P 1.155.88 -14.97 



ByCHETCURRIER . - 
APBasSness VMUa- 

NEW YORK - nie stock market 
suffered widespread losses Thursday 
amid soine.appareDt-fpnrs..that-the- 
economy was slowing abruptly. 

Auto, retailing and other Issues in 
industries thai generally track the 
ovep«U pace of buslaess activity 
posted some of the most notable 
declines. 

The Dow Jones average of 30 Indus- 
trials feU M.S7 to 1.155 J8. bringing Its 
loss since the start of (he week to 28.4S 

points. 



dropped 2^1 to W/i ; Ford Motor Vk to 
36Vi; Chrysler % lo 26V4, and Ameri- 
can Motors^ to 5K. 

Losers in the retailing sector In- 
cluded Wal-Mart Stores, down 2 at 
■33%i; Sears Hodiuck,_downJi4_aL 
vciva', J.C. Fetmey. off m at 50%; 
Associated Diy Goods, down % at 
sm, and K mart, off % at 30%. 

Meastirex soined 1% to 15%. 



In the dally tally on the Big Board, 
more than two stocks fell in price fbr 
every one (hat rose, and the 
excluinge's composite index dropped 
aneven 1.00 to 90.30. 

Nationwide turnover In NYS& 
Volume on the New Yoric Stock listed Issues, including trades In those 
fff ff7 W r""""" stocks o n regional exchan g ea ^aod In 



•■shares, against 87.17 million Wed- 
nesday. 



American Telephone & Telegraph 
led the acUve list, roiling % to 15^ on 
■ - nlllinn 



the over-the-counter market, totaled 
10t.4Gmiillonjliarc3. 

— Standard -&-PoarJ 
Industrials gave up 2.33 to 176.85, 
S&P's 50Q-3lock eompoaltc Index was 



shares. IntemaUonol Business «)wn x.^r/ai i*.t«. 
Machines TcU IMt to 112^; Eastman The NASDAQ composite index for 
-Kodak 1 to 63'A;"GcnerBlElectricl-lo — thc-ovcr-the<ounter-market-droppcd- 




Month Commodity 
May Maincs 
.Jun J ive cattl e 
Apr. live cattle 
May. feeder catUe 
Apr. live hogs 
May. wheat 
Jul.-com 

-Mayi^ilver " — 

Jun. gold 
May. copper 
May. sugar 
Nov. soybeans 
Jun. Tk^easuty Bills 




aose 
P.M. 
C.12 



71.05 
07.375 
-19.70 



Quotatlons from Sinclair and Oo. 



- 6.75 - 
89.88 



Local interest stock quotations 



Quotatkins ftx>m NASD ~ at ap- Utah Power 

*Ki pn»dmately 2 p.m. All bids in- Albertson 

terdealcr bids. Intcrdealer quotations Idaho Pwr. Co. 
— tg— i M " " do-no Hnd ude-retatl-inartoqh-marlc- — Dart-Kraft- 

!-S iS.- down or commlsslDn. These CP. Nation 
quolatloBs are provided by Edward D.- 

TonesACo, i 

Bid Ask 
Moore Fin. Cp. 22.7S 23.50 



C.P.NaUonal 
Hosp.-eorprAm.— 
~ iy.-P^.-C8at^ 
. Fla.Coast Bnk. 



21.375 

- 2'1.50 

33.375 
-»J5 



15.00 
37..12S 
7«.75 . 



Commodities 



May 0.34 S.a B.ID e.iz 

NOV 3.B1 3.B1 3.80 3.01 

Esl. sileilDS. Prev. ulaia7. 

Pre* itav'* op«n Ini 1 J09. oil 1 . 

■ cnuDEon. - : — 

1,000 bbl.; (Mian par 



51=^4, and Minnesota Mining 
Manufacturing IMi to 74V4: 
- In the nuto group, General Motors 



M.H 30.10 30.19 



' 30.11 X.12- XAt 30.70 —.07 



1.72 to 250.77. At the Amerlctm Stock 
, Eixchange, tho market value IntJex 

closed at 209.98, off 1.G4. 



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Long. Fiber 



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26.00 



Barry WMgbt 
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IStAmBkPBdl 9.62S 
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22.50 
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Jul 



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juV e.7a fi.TB tM B.sa 
Pisv.Mlaa1l.U0. 

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CHICAOO (AP) — wnoal and oorn fulura* 
pflcaa Mra hkjhar and aoybaan* wtta mliM at 
tlia eloaa ol TrMlng ThutaOay on iha Chlcaoo 
Baan) ol Tnda. 

At tna cloaa, whtal una unclungad to canta 
hlohar wllh tha contnci lor oelfrary in Uay al 
iSlei a Duthal; cotn waa unchantjaO 10 3Vi canta 
niahar witn May >i D.Sivi a buanai: oata vara W 
cant to V, cam tilgnar «rtin May ai n.KiU a buthai: 

and toybaana waia * camt lowar i:^ 

MoKar wllh May al n.(S I butnal. 



CHICAOO (API -..»,-.». 
CnicaDD Doatfl t>l TradaThuisOav: 

Opan Hlgti Ltm 



^uiutag itaaMg on tha 
Lial ., qtg. 



- Oraat .nonrMnw tt aMI.C0, 7 al 1T,W iuk> 1 
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Prices in this ad etlective 
Friday and Saturday, only March 23rd. 
24th, 1984 at your nearby Safeway store. 



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Friday. March 23, 1984 

■ OBituaries/Hospftals B2 ^ 
^- More-Magic Valley- news B2-4 

■ Sports B5-6 



Tlmos-Nowa, Twin Falls, Idaha . 



Commissioners announce re-election plans 



By DAVID MOFFAT - flrst was elected to the county commission in 

TYmes-JVetw writer = 1982, to a two-year term. 

Hcmpleman, 4S, who lives south of Twin 

TWIN FALLS — Twi n Falls C ounty Com- Falls, will run for a two-year term. He was 
missionefs JOdy FausiJ fiffil Marvin — npsn3ectcd"lins8trfronrth(rSecontrDistricc 

Hempleman announced lliursday (hat they which Includes most of the city of Twin Palls, 

plan to seek new terms in office tills coming, mid he has served a four-year term. 

Novemtxsr. Both Republicans, Felton and Hempleman 

. Both say a new county Jail Is tbelr top wUlfilefortheirseatsbydistrlct,l)iitwUlrun 

priority, at-largclntheclectloa. " ■■ 

Fellon,42,ofBoiite3,BiiU,wUIbBraiiUng ^yj^y-i*" *«» |? .rotated among.Uie 

:_iarllak:itaLiemiMim^^ 

which'Indudes the west end of the county. She sfoners never ore elected In any one year. 



Commission ChalrviBman Ann Cover. rep- 
resenting the eastern part of the coimty, Is 
midway through a four-year tenn. 

Felton soys aside from the new Jail, the 
-bi gg b st pr otriem-fadng-the-commlsBlonerfr 
continues to be raising "the level of con- 
fldcnce" people have in county govenunent. 

"I think this Is done by- programs of 
sclt-improvemcnt by county officials and 
employees, and by opening county gov- 
enuncnt to Uiepubllc," she says. 

"pi.«yin-: tjMwl«»4i^-«wafe-o f wiint's-hnp^ 
penlng. Hien they will flnd out even though 
they haven't realized It, It (county gov- 



ernment) is affecting their lives." 
- Gettlngpcople towrvconvalunteerbonrds 
Is a flrststcp. she says. 
"Confidence" also is raised by operating the 



-county-t 



ir^ H ie county- 



should continue to contain Indigent costs. 

Aside from those issues, Hempleman says 
he cannot predict what ^blll be the next 
Important Issues to arise. 



getting too big to function on "good, old-tioy 
politics," she says. 
She points to computerization and the 
' county's new merit-pay policy as steps to 

^ater businesslike eindaicy. 
- HemplemansaysUn Jail Is the most urgent 
problem facing Uibioiintyr 



says. [ 

Felton says one weakness the present com- 
missioners have is a reluctance to get out to 
areas of thecounty otlier than the city. 

"Sometimes, we almost get stuclc In tlie 
Courthouse," she says. "Sometimes, people 
' by-' ■ ■ ■ - - 



lolo-the Court- - 




A pencil shows (he hole made by the bullet Ihnt pierced Officer Larry Strolberg's hat 




for 2nd escapee 

Officer-gets 30 stitches to-seaLwound 



By BONNIE BAIRD JONES 
and PAT MARCANTONIO 
Times-News writers 



_alllca. 

Morris's bond has been set^at 
$100,000, and he Is being held bi the 
Jerome CDunty Jail, where ho bad 
been housed sbice his arrest about 9 
p.m. Wednesday. 

The arrest was the climax to an 
evening of gunfire and a wild chase on 
Interstate 84. I 

Ifbcgan at alxiut 8 pTW:", wtiwTwln' 
Foils police Sgt. Robert Hodge 
spotted Morris's cor in the parking lot 
■ - - - j)fI_BIuc_Lak( 



JEROME ~ A prison cscapeo, sus- 
pected of conunlltlng a series of 
armed robberies in Washington, has 
tioen charged with allegedly wound- 

■ Vf Twin Palla police officer during 
Wednesday night chase that 
nned two counties. 
Meanwhile, the suspect's ac- 

— -complice — another-prison-escapoe ^ - - . . — -- — - - ,^ 

w as bUII n f I n rg* ff' ff' rfw'gbt. . B oulevard NortlL.. acc ording- tc^ -Hie- 
;Lj=-Thuf'' -'^ ' i2L^)NM.ewlto*i}earmcd. '~ complalnttUedwlththeeourt; 

Jeffroy^DeanMorrls, 26. who The vehicle matched the dcscrip- 
- -escaped from- a -federal-prison on 
McNoli Island, near Tacoma. Wa.*jh., 

' on Dec. 20, was brou^t before mogls- 

~^tratb Juage~Rb^"Burdlck'lnnfth 
District Court In Jerom&on Thursday 

afternoon. .. .. . 

Morris has been charged-ffith-bat- 



^wezcliced-afrlhey pursued the fleeing 
"vehicle through the northern portion 
of Twin Falls. 

Near the Peirlne Bridge. Strolbcr^ 
approached the fleeing vehicle and 
spotted a man In the back scat with a 
small, dark weapon. One of the men 
then shot out Uierear window of their 
197G sedan and fired at Strolbcrg. One 
-round-hit- ihe-right-sWe-of-hls-cor'B- 
windshleld. , 

After the cars crossed the bridge, 
the m an tir ed more shots. Qiiie litfllct 
struck^t rolbe rg on the lelt side ol the 



llorf of one wanted In connection with 
several robberies, said Twin Palls 
Public Safety Director Tim Quails. — 
"Wlth'Morrtsrwas'a'man Identified 
by Washington authorities as 26- 
ycBKild TimothyAlger. 
ITie two meriVvaiieKTO&K OfraowiT^ 



tery vrith intentto commit a serious uiue Lakes Boulevard, going nortli; 

felony — attempted muider — In with Hodge and later, Strolbcrg In 

connection with the wounding at pursuit. 

Ijarty Strolbers. a Twin Falte police The officers reported that shottf 



head, according to the court com- 
plaint. 

A crea5&.^r^::.. IlStttkllcngth 
and reqidrmS30 to*40 stitches to dose; 
WAs-lemalong the top of StroltwrgV 
head.-' V - — — 

BcllevlnB4$&t he only had been cut 
by flying gloSs: Strolt>erg continued 
thc-chBfloH3iJaltgTS''Jd~ L° tcr---tbe 

'aTfiC9riutnrc.iiinsiaiiirivn]igic.vaiiey. 



Regnal Medical Center, where he 
was treated and released. 

• SeeSROOTINQaaPagaBl 




Ti^N«vjpt.*MlOfJ,m'l.A»)Mtrtt ; 

Jeffrey Morris Is led Into the courtroom for arralgnmentby cHlef Deputy Larry Webb 



Still confused? 

"Mountain Bell officios explain the changes - 



For teenagers 

G raM will provide summer jobs 



ByBOBFREUND 
Times-News miter 

TWIN FALiL£ ~ One woman's 
"kMLsementflbM^ de- 
stroyed her 'phone, along with Its 

wiring. _ . - 
■ " ' Mountain Bell could take care of the 
wiring. But the lady will have to go to 
another company -r- Pie American 
Telephone and Telegraph's Informa- 
tion Systerhs Co.- — to put thie phone 

back up on her wall. " ■ ' 

Elxecutlves from -Mountain Bell 
came to .Twln Falls on Wednesday to 



explain the Ins and outs of telephone 
service since January. That's when 
mommoth AT&T, which' formerly 
owned Mountain Bell, was broken 
'apartlqrafederalcourtorder. 

"Wc are still undergoing the throes 
. otthc dlvorce.and-trylng lo'make the 
best of It," said C.E. "Gene" HUI, the 
Idaho vice president far Mountain 
Bell. , ' 

So are many customers. 

The dianges have been substantial. 
Briefly, Mountain Bell will supply 
local phone service, but not telephone 
equipment. It will handle long- 



distance colls In the southern half of 
Idaho, but not outside Idaho. It wUi 
p repair outside phone lines free, but 
not always Inddeooes. 

But-thofio-gulddlncs. leave a lot of 

tx>om for concision. 
- — For Instance, telephone bills now 
arc coming with multiple pages. 

Twin Falls assistant supervisor 
Cynthia Prescott said that each .Is 
marked with ttie company — Moun- 
, tain Bell, ATiT Communications or 
ATiT Information Systems — thai 
provides the services listed. But the - 
• See PHONES on PosqBS 



By DAVID MOFFAT 
Times-News writer 

TWIN FAU^ — The Ijoard of the 
Region IV Development Association 
approved a .summer- Jobs .program 
Thursday tliat it hopes will put 248 
teenagers to work. 

The program, wiilch will (bid work 
for economically disadvantaged 
youths v^th various local government 
agencies, will be run by\Uip Idaho 
Department of EmploymcnC It will 
be funded through a S42£,000 federal 
^anl. ■ 

Itie Region IV Development 



Related story — B2 



AssoclaUon....act3. „aa_.) _ 
clearinghouse-type agency for* gov- 
ernment programs that affect the 
Magic Valley. 

The Jobs program is supposed to 
allow teenagers to get ^'accllinatcd to 
the world of work," said Region IV 
staff member Rob Lundgrcn. 

The program will not concentrate 
on teaching teenagers private-sector 
skills, but It will give them work 



oxpciienco," teach them to'foUpw' 
schedules and allow them to shoulder 

. somercsponslblllty.hesald 111— 

7116 prbnory criteria forselectloals 
that a person come from an ecooom- 
IcaUy.dlpadvantagcd family^ 



i;tui jr_Ui fHiu y uii (SyH-fzT^i*** — 

Originally, the program was. Iff 
tended to give teenagers a summer 
Job so they could earn enough' money' 
to remain in school during the yeai^ 
. Lundgren said. 

However, the program has been 
modified slightly, go that selectkm 
now will take Into account factors thai- 
may make a youth "socially, de-- 
• SeeJOBSoaPa8BB2 



Kimberly commumfy auction dm 



By TERRY RICH HARTLEY 
'npies-Ncwscorre^xmdenl 

KIMBERLY — "If you look over this way 
and see smoke, tlren you'll know the^sale has 
started," aays Irvln EUcrs, tafertlng to the 
-"hot olr" five auctioneers are going to be 
— apoutlng-at-the-3Sth-annual-Klmberiy - 
mimlty Auctfim today anaSatitfday. 

EUers, an auctioneer with Hcsseramlth 
AucUon Service, holds the yearly event on 
his own farm, a-mlle-and-a-half south of 
Kimbcrlv.. 

The event started In the spring of 1959, 
shortly after he returned from the Western 
College of Auctioneering at Billing, Moot, 
be says. 



He says many of his neightxirs had 
equipment that they wanted to sell, so he got 
the Idea of creating the community affair. 

"There were eight to 10 consignors that 
first year," ho says. "Last year, there were 
150. and we took in over $300,000." 



ioUoa jJiat abQuU.QQQ.persons.shQwed lip w tt aUie r b n 



the Kimt>erly soJo has taken hold the way it 
has. 

"WC've tried the same thing in many 
locations in the Ma^c Valley, but this Is the 
only place It really worked. They're sure 
good people to work with." 
EUers says It looks like It's 0Dlog to be;"tbe 



-lastyearr he-says he expectsTm evarlarger- 
turnout this year. 

Contacting buyers through Messersmlth's 
mailing list, os well as sending out special 
flyers for the event, Ellcrs says people come 
from Callfbmla and every state that borders 
Idaho. 

"It's grown every year since wc started; 
and thIs'U be the largest yet." 
The auctioneer says he doesn't know why 



seen It when It snowed,' then rYarmed up and 
watcrwasrunnlngdown the corrugates." 

About six acres of EUers' farm will be 
packed with tnjcks. cars, farm equipment, 
boats. Irrigation pipe, building material and, 
yes, even some kitchen shiks. But no farm 
animals or furniture. Eflers says they sold 
those the first year or lv,t>. but the auction 
grew so large they had to drop them from the 
list. 



Concerning himself, the robust EUers says 
he should start thinking about retiring, but 
he says he doesn't know what he'd do with 
-himself. ■ 

"Ever since I was a little kid going to sales 
with my dad, I wanted to be on auctioneer. 
rdpracUce tiehintUhebam." 

hUiatwhen- 



aucUoneers going at one time, with him 
coordinating things. 

"The ladles from the Lutheran Church will.- ': 
serve lunch twth days out of our-turo- 
chuckwagons. And we'll have two cashless--; 
woridng out of the back of one chuckwagon — 
andtwobookkeepersoutoftheotlierone." ; 
^^ersgayyfagtto oldn't posslblyha ndlBffl Ci 



he finally did go to auctioneers school, "they 
thought I'd done It Iwforc. My chant was 
already there." 

Ellcrs says today's sale will be -mostly 
devoted to selUng trtkks, cars and miscella- 
neous fanri equipment. Tractors and 
ground-working equipment, will be sold Sat- 
urday. 

Most of the time, he says, there will be four 



' even^withou^fie^ong hours thonils wifi 
Thclma, and his son, Lewis, put in to tielp. 
And he praises the consignors who, year—I 
after year, furnish items to the sale. " 

But he does have one request: "PIcaae 
don't leave leftover equipment for loogdr-^ 
than a '<veek after the sale. I have to get n^Pl 
field worked up and corrugated." f 

The sale will begin at 10 a.m. both days aip 
should end obout 5 p.m. J - 



- B-2 Tlmos-NowB. Twin Falls. Iilaho Fridny^oreh 23. 1884 



State chief seeks business alliance 



• CootlDued from Page Bl 

,:?i)rfved,"liesald. 

■ "yh^ fqr tnrs Ificlude whether a 
teenager has been la trouble wlUi tlw 
' Itiw, has been placed In foster care or 
comes from a single-parent home. 

Boartl member Everett Ward and 
■(3ialrman Bud Brinegar asked at 
■Hmrsday's meeting why the program 
should reward teenagers who drop out 
*f school. ' 
But staff members defended the 



The program -will aim to place 27 
teenagers In public-sector Jobs in 
RlnlnP r-nimty, ^ww In CamflS 



County, 35 In Cassia County, M In 
Gooding County, 26 In Jennne County, 
three in Lincoln County, 36 In 
Minidoka County and UM In TWln 

Falls Comity. 



The program primarily is for 
youths 16 to 19, although youths 11 to 
»llgihli 



- By DAVID MOFFAT 

Times-News writer 



TWIN FALI^ '— . Eccmoniic' devel- 



now Joixt are-crcated-ln small.busl- 
nesses and ddstlng business. Porter 
said. 

But the recent high cost of money 
hmm adei t Imnfca - r o w " 



In oihw husliiMs at Thorsdnv's' <vnienl begins with small businesses, , luin iriadcit luuika- iww Uiaii ever 
n£un?U»hSd^ -ninrsdays ^iy^ t^e bottom up," David Porter! ' start orcxpandabuslaess. he said. 



meeting, the board; 

• Elected Jerome Counfy Oonunls- 
sloner Carl Butter, Gooding M^yor 
Gene Heller and Twin Foils County 
Commission^' Ann Cover to be the 
association's president, vico presi- 
dent and secretary-treasurer, rcspoc- 



Ccntral Private Industry Council. 



The Jobs will Include teachers' 
aides, groundskecpers, pool atteo- 

„™. dants and forest aides. Placements 

"■<jjangc..saylng.theJote_shMd-^oJo wUl_J?c_m ade in cit y and county tlvely,.^rj984. 

"^th^ most hi need. "Socially de- govemrtienls, school districts, • ClcctedUcniy Pharrls of Jerome 
; jjrived' ' youth certainly qualify In that libraries and a variety of state asea- J^d Don ^P^?^"/ ?."??^ to S™"* 
regard, thoy said. clcs. « . . .. . t ^ .« . 

] Phones 

•-CootlnuBd from Page Bl 

: bill is paid with a single check — to 
Mountain Bell. 

■""Mounialn~Beli~charges-for- local" 
: phone service. AT&T Communlcn- 
; lions charges for out-of-state long- 

■ distance service, as well as Jong- 
distance calls to northern Idaho. 

: ATiT Information Systems charges 

■ for telephone ec[u]pment, such as the 
: monthly rent paid to use 0 telephone. 

Of course, a Mountain Bell custom- 
''er~niay not be dealing with either 
',ATiT-Conipany,. because he or she 
' might be using another long-dbtancc 
"■ 'system or ml^t own his or her own 



phone. to Pocalcllo for scheduling and final- 

In anoUiersltnatlonrMoaiitaUrBell ly, to technicians la the MaglcVaUey, 
will repair wiring inside a home or said Dick Raines, the manager of 

'bustness'Tor'itiQe'only ir thrcustomer— distiibutlon and serWTO for the Twin - 



is paying a 4S-cent wiring mainte- 
nance charge every month. 
Otherwise, the customer has to make 
repairs alone or hire somebody. As a 
practical matter, the charge has been 
left on all blils unless the customer 
has ordered it changed, said state rate 
and tariffs manager Jim Wozniak. 

When calling for repairs. Mountain 
Bell customers actually are phoning. 
toll-free to a Salt Lake City r^Ir 
office, which relays the troutde back 



Falls area. 

But perhaps the best Ideaa come bi 
the front of the phone book, vrtilch list 
the numbers of customer-service rep- 
resentatives. 

Mountain Bell also has a qieclal 
number to unravel some of the con- 
fusion — i'-fi00-^5^000, the ofOclals 
said. A Mountain Bell representative 
on that line con tell a caller who to 
COntactforwhotreason. — ^ — 



"from the bottom up, 
the chief of the state Division of 
Economic and Community Affairs, 
soidThursday. 

Porter was speaking to the annual 
meeting of the directors of the Region 
IV Development Association, the 
group that acts as the clearln^nuse 
lor federal gra nts awl ec onomic de- 
""Vtlopmcnrpitjgrams in SOOURSCntrr^ 
Idaho, 

Porter said Idaho "should take a 
long, hard look at where it turns out 
most of the (economic) action Is 

. anywoy^^? — at home. .- 

And he said a new state program, 
called "PRO Idaho," will address 
those Itsues In the near future. The 
-prognmi'winiMran'"e6oDomIc devel- 
opment program fbr the state of 

Iftaho." ^concentrating on" 

partnerships, resources and op- 
portunities, he said. 
Nearly 80 percent to 90 percent of an 



This is why government and busi- 
ness must cooperate, and why PRO 
Idaho will try to create ■ "con- 
sortiums" of indlviduols and organi- 
zations in Idaho's five plaimhig re: 
glons to bring .peojjie, money and 
opportunity together, he said. 

Porter sold the program will con- 
~c entrale ~ on flnaucln gr-wblch-has- 
beconA'"tremeiKlou3lyconfush)g" In 
the lastlS years. ' 

. For example, a lot of, penile In 



Idaho have wealth, but they _ are 
Investing it out-of-state, he sai± "if 
we give them the (^portunlty, we con 

createourownveolurecapilal. 

— upR04daho-wIllbeIp4isgotoffour^ — - 
butts with ttie resources we have," he 
said. 

Porter said it Is "depressing" to see 
what other states have done by 
bringing businessmen and gov- 
ernment together. 

Partnerships tjetwefcn small busi- 
ness and government can create more 
permanent jobs than any effort at 

-recniiting-ajnajor-company, su ch as 

the effort that was made to attract 
Slouffers' Foods to Twin Falls last 
year.hesald. 



Twin Falls chuTch to host-program 

TWIN FALLS - "Hie Gospel Ac- tot of Jerusalem Bible verimUm. 
cording lo-M«rt,=-«-<lniiiiaUc-pre3 — '""-"'«?^ri?S^lhdf?'' 
entathu ot tbe complete gonxl, will director ot ttie perlonnance tios de- 
Srtrally^lSidtoiSmltthe veloped a lighting show to blend wllh 
TtaiurchottfeAMebilralnTW ''?5r*'"'5,Y°^^' ... 

t<inlghtiit7;30. .The public Is ^l'^,y>J)^^_^_ 



Reardon periomis by reciting ttie 



show at tlw church, 210 Blue Lakes 
Blvd. N. Admission will be $4. 



— T-Obltuanes- 



George W, Rxlmer 

: BURLEY — Georgo W. Palmer, «0,.of 
Bwiey, died Xucsdoy at Cassia Memort- 
alHo^ltol. 

Bom Feb. 23, IBM, In Ava, Mo., he 
'attended schools in Doutfu County. Mo. . 
' •HeeanietoCasslaCountylfll9I7,w]Ui 
.. bis brother, to work st tbe Pickett Stwcp 
-' Raoch near Oakley. He later workied far 
the Burley Uvedock Commission (or 
many years and was a catUe buyer far 
. more than 40 yean in the area. 

A veteran of World War I, he married 
Nora StogBdlU on March 7, 191S, In 
Seymour, Mo. 

Surviving ore: a son, Wlllard Palmer 
of Klmborly; twoidaugiilers, Margaret 
Hale of Btmey and MUdred Bomea of 
, Naf;„.two--grainldati8hten wtwm lw 
- raised, Kerry lUgley of Phoenix and 
— Pfwiy-' Hi H iw u iiiw -nt-tArii [a ; _io_other_ 
gnmdcfaUdren; SO great-grandchildren; 

and2DBreet-sreat-snuxk:tilIdren. 

- He wu preceded in dcaui by his wui^. 
In 1962, and two great-grandchlliJmi. 

The funeral will be held at II a.in. 
Saturday at Payne MortiUuy in Burley, 
with DiBbop Wiuiun D. Hendobali of- 
ncinUng. Burial will be In Plesfint Vktw 
Cemot«iyinBtirlw. 

FYlends may call at the funeral homo 
this aftemooo and evening, and prior to 
jtaeeiviCB 00 Saturday.' ■" - 

Thomas Richard White 

TWIN f ALLS — ThomaB Richard 
White, 78, a longtime Twin Fulls Ixisl- 
dled Wedneaday evcnlnt 



Flora 'DoUie*Ru3t 

BUHL 



nnnouDced by Whlta 



nora •■DoUle'/ May Rut, SS. 
^of- "" 



Thursday monilna at the Mountain View 
Core Center In Klmberly, after a dwrt 

Ulncsa. . .. 

Bom In Metanwra, Ind, on Hay 8, 
1000, she was educated In Indlwa and 

, movod with her inbther to Eden In the 
early 192as. ■ .. 

She married Arile Roscoc Rist in. 
Burley on Dec. 5, IMS. They moved to 
Quhl In 1333. Mr. Rust died on April 10. 
1Q7Q. Mrs. Rust had lived In Buhl tor U 
years. unlU moving recently to Haidlon 
to bo near her son. 

Surviving ore: two sons, Dean Rust ot 
KazeltonondJohnRustotTwUiralliia ' 
daughter, Joyce Seeley of Idaho Falls; 
three brothers, Elmer "Bert" Hun- 
nebaum_of KnoxvOlc. Ar*.. Lester Han- 

'netunlih o( ftusiiellvllle. Ark., and llarold 
Hanncbaum of Bellevue; and four 



dM Mae Wilson Harral 



"Mii^c vauey KegionaJ irtedlcoi Cemer, 

after, a sudden illness. . ,■■ . 

- BofnJune20, 190S, InLongmont, Colo., 
he moved with his family lnieo9 to Twin 
Falls, where be attended schools. 

Mr. White was In the Insurance buih 
ness, IheJ.E. WhI le Agency, with his late 
father for Bovcral years. He later owned 
the Fairways Motel, along with his 
brother. Ho once was the owner of 
Nat-Soo-Poh and also owned and 

■opemted several fiinns: ■ 

In addlUon, Mr. While was In the 
constrticUon business and hulU, many 

. hemes hi lbe.XwIaj&l»s.ats(!. . - ■'■ . ■ 

Ho married AllceC. Doles InCulfMnu J 
Id 1935. 

Surviving arerhlswlfeafTwln Foils; a 
son, RlchanLJbrWhlte of Mesa, Arte. ;^ a 
deleter,' Kra^ t^t : ::: : - " .:. ' -; ; .''^.■^ 
slaters, Martha Wlrdi of AJtndena, Calif., 
EdoB Hoaklnaoa of Mission VIcJo, Calif., 
HdnBy-Jofa09on:ef-.Studfo:Clly,. Calif:, 
Ernestine Robertson of Vancouver. 
Wash., find Alleen Weir of Jerome; ond 
thnsasronddiildrea 



grondctiUdmi. 

She was preceded In dealli by a son. 
Grant, and six blethers. 

A graveside service will beheldSa H tf^ 
day at 3 p.m. In West End Cemtfery at 
Buhl, with tho Rev, Aaron Knapp of- 
ficiating. 

The family wUI meet friends at tbe 
HopUns-Buhl FUnerst Chapel on Salur- 
(lay from noon untll2p;ni. ' 

Paul Watlen Bolish 

FILER — Paul Wollen Bollih. 76," Of 
Filer, died TXicsday anemoon at Moglc 
-VaJley-Regtonal-f " 



Bom April 2. 1907, In Long Pine. Neb., 
he morrlcd Hoiel Sybrnnl In lUaa. Neb., 
on Dec. 18. 1033. 

They lived In Colorado for a lime, later 
moving back le Nebraska. They ttad 
lived in Filer since IMS. 

Mr. Bolish was a member ot the Filer 
Nosarcne Church. 

Surviving arc: his wlf« ot Filer; two 
sons, Alfred Bolish and Dorrel Bollib;'- 
boUi_flLlF)leri_.n da ughter. , Detows 



-He was preceded tn death by a btvlher, 
' Eugene White, in 1900. 

A memorial service will be held Satu^ 
day al 1 p.m. at While Mortuary In Twin 
Falls, with the Rev. Tom Tucker ot tho 
TwUi Foils First Methodist Church ot- 
.fldating. Tbe body will be cremated. '_ 

Friends may coll al the funeral home 
this afternoon sod evening, and until the 
time of the service on Saturday. 



Johnson of Rupert ;^|htgriu)mlMttii; 
throe step-grandchildren; and three tls- 
ters, Clara' Baker of Ees Alamos; CaHS.. 
■Helen-<anther-^-Bii hl-«i>d -Welma- 
SeihlnssOR of HolnesTOrB. 

Ho was preceded In death by two 
stepbrothers. 
-.-^ujJuncral^wUl.be held Satinday at 
IrlWTnn. at tho Filer Noiarene Qnffch, 
with pastors Gemle Ivcraon and Michael 
H. Alien officiating. Ourlol will tM In t ho 
"Filer I.O.O.F. Cometety. 

Friends may coll at White Mortuary In 
Twin Falls today until 9 p.m. and on 

- Sa I urday -unUI-l 1-a .m, : 

The lamlly suggests mat memorial 
contributions be made to ihc Flier 
Nazarenc Church. 

Dorothy Pierce 

_ TWIN FALLS — EWrolhy Pierce, 82, oE 
Twhi Palls, died Thursday at Hoieldd 
Manor nursing home In Twin Falls. 
Funeral" arrangements are- pakbng ' ' 



BUHL — Mae Wilson Haital, 75, of 
BuhL died Wednesday at the Twin Falls 
, CUnt and HDqtltal, oRer.a sudden Ul- 

. .,.BomInBado.HO;.onFMi.27.1909,i>hc 
attended schools In Missouri and married 
A.H. Harral In 1931. They moved to BuU 

tnl93S. 

She had been emplgyed at the Hanal 
Nursing Home In Buhl for many yean 
botora retiring In 1979. ■ 

Sho attended the Assembly of God 
Church In Buhl and was active In the 
senior-clUzen group. — ^ 

Surviving ore: three daughters,' 
Loveme Stone ot Toooma, Wash,, Wtima 
Shockoy of Paul and ■Ihclma NU of 
Heybum; a son, Don Harral of Amnsui 
Pass, Texas; 13 grandchildren; tv^-o 
_arcat-BmiKkhlIdren: two alalcra, Fayo_ 
Saunders of Houston, Mo., and Delia 
McCall of Cobool. Mo.; and a brother, 
O.W. Wilson of Las Angeles. 

She was preceded In death by her 
husband. 

The funeral wUt be held Saturday at 2 
p.m. at the Fanner Chapel In Buhl, with 
O.W. Fish offldoUng. Burial will be tn 
Tw in Fal ls Ce metery. _ _ 

Friends may call at lhe'luiiend'bomo" 
' todiiytBiUI6pni.andanhourprlortoUte 
service onJSatunUy. 

H. Bradley Bishop 

rflSTl.^TP"" — " it™w»y Hirtw 
83, Of CasUefonl. died Wednesday bt 
Harral's NurslngHomoln Buhl.. 

Bom Nov. «. I90D, In Jay County. OUo.. 
he attended schools there. He farmed In 
Oklahoma, and msnled Haxel Reynolds 
on Nov. 29. una, In Ptyor. Okla. 

In IMS. they moved to Kansas, and 
Inter to CasUeford. where ho fanned 
until retiring In 1974. They moved Into 
_Buh] after his retirement. 

Mr. Bishop was a member o( Iho 
-United MethotUstChurch; 

SurvfvUig ore: Ms wile of Buhl; (our 
dau^ters, Donnlo UiU of Twin Falls. 
Cff pnic Thnt rhrr nf OgdMi, 5atiimn 



Mulllgon-of-Lake Stevens. .Wash., and 
Mary Irving of BuhJ; two sons, Bradley 
Mclvln Bishop and Donald Bishop, both 
of Buhl; IS granddiUdren; she greal^ 
grandchildren; a brother, Fran^-^-^r" 
of Buhl; and (our sisters. Ethel Roberts 
of Pryor. Okla.. Kate Pritchcll o( Sollnn, 
own.", E:ita_Gartner of Sedan Kan., and 
LorolnoCrahambf Cotreyvllle. Kan.. 

He was preceded In death by two 
.tirothcra ondaslsttx 



The funeral will tie held Saturday at 
10:30 a.m. ol -Ihe United Methodist 
Church in Costletord. with the Rev. Jeff 
Ucckcr off telatlng. Burial wilt be In West 
End Cemetery at Buhl. 

Friends may visit Ihe Farmer qlapd 
In Buhl today until 8p.m. 

Tbe family suggests that memorial 
contributions be made to the CasUeford 
Methodist Church. 



JE:R0M£: — The funeral for RoUa C. 
I re ton, 93. of Jerome, who died Monday, 
win be held at 1 p.m. today at the 
~ Hove-Robertaon ' Funeral Chnpcl In 
Jerome. Burial wlU be la Jennie Ceme- 
tery. Friends may'eall at'lhe ftnleral 
home from 9 a.m. until noon. 

HAZELTON — A memorial Ber*»ier:" 
Paul Snider, 71, o( Apache Junction. 
Ariz. , and formcriy of Haielton, who died 
Sunday, will be held today at I p.m. at tho 
First Assembly o( God Church In 
Ilazelton. Burial will be In Haielton 
Cemetery. The family suggests that 
memorial contributions be made to the 
American Coi¥»r Society. ■ -, — . 



TWIN FALLS — A memorial service 
for C.A. "Bud" Bufflngton. 73. of Twin 
Falls, who died Tuesday, will be held 
today at tl a.m.- at-R^rnalds Funeral 
Chapel In Twin Falls. The family aug- 



Bollch, 70. of FUcr, who died Tuesday, 
wUl bo held Saturday ol 2:30 p.m. ot the 
Filer Nararcne Church, Durial will bo In 
the Flier I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Friends 
may coll at While Mortuary In Twin Falls 



Shooting- 

■ CodUmmltroniPaaaBl 

The bullet liad entered through 
StFolberg's hat and had followed the 
outline of his skull, it was found In ttie 

-hat with bits of hair adhered to .It, 
according to of fieera. 

— StroIbwg-haa-been-told-by-Qualla- 
not to discuss the shooting with the 



An unloaded submachine gun and a 
police scanner later were found in 'the 
vehicle. Two more handguns were 
recovered by Jerome officers from a 
dairy corral, where Morris dropped 
them Jiist prior to his arrest. 
— Jerome-County-Sherlff-EIza-Hall' 
said Mania threw down his guns and 

-press: ran; — but— was-taken-lnto— custody- 

Howcvcr. his wife, Diane, said without other resistance. 
Thursday. "Right now, he's anxious 
to get back to work. I think mentally, 
he's ready, but maybe not physi- 
cally," 

' StUl a bit shaken, Mrs. Strolberg 
accompanied her husband to Jerome 
' oh Thursday to fill out a probable^ 
cause statcQient. 

She said she knew nothing of her 
husband's parti cipatlon In the chose 
until be called her from the hospital, 
saying be was flne but had been 
Infured slightly. 

During the chase, Hbdge'a vdilde 
also was struck by bullets — In the 
windshield and tbe aide windows^ 
Quails safd. 

By this time, the chose had crossed 
Ihc bridge, hod procccdcid west on 

I-S4, almost to the first Jerome exit, 4\ jhe two m(m_aro suspected of 
and hod turned back cast, again on committing at least six- armed rob- 



Morris anjj Alger also are wanted In 
connection with' rot}bcriea_In_Klng- 

County, ' Kirklaod. Bellevue, 

Loagvicw and Vancouver, Wash., 
which took place dining the first three 
months of this year. 

TnfnrmnHfin rpfPlvM (n .Ti-mmp 

Thursday indicated that Morris . 
escaped, from McNeil Inlnndon,DcCi — 



the Interstate. 
" Verom6^C6unty~and' Twln- Falls" 
County sheriffs ilepulies responded 
by establishing a roadblock near the 
U.S. 93 and Interstate 84 intersection. 
Officers were notified later, however, 
that the suspects had atmndoned their 
car about two miles west of the 
InlersccUoii and had llcd on foot. 



He was on work-duty, on a boat 
from the Island to the mainland, v/bai 
he Jumped into the water and swam 
ashore. He has been free since that 
time, according to off iclals. — - , , 
Alger also reportedly escapedJrom . . 
tho same prl^n, although details 
were not ovallablo Thursday, 

Both men have long criminal re- 
cords, which Include robberies and ' 
assaults, officials said. 

Offlclals were continuing the search 
Thursday for Alger late Thursday 
evening. 

Police agencies were receiving 
numerous "tips" and reported 
sightings, most of which proved un- 
founded. 

However late Thursd ay, police... 

sealed off the area Bouuted.by Fele 

beries ln the Seattle nrBaJn the-past- Linn Rnnf!.Weat.jmatilagtoii-Street_ 
two months, licxardbiit'lo' 'DetectIve7~North'-JUid' Blue Lakes Boulevard 
Bill Karban of the Seattle Police North — northofTwlnFalls—Bsthey 
Department checked out the possibility that Alger 

Their "method of operation," be was In that location. 



HoU said about 40 police cars and up 
to 70 officers from area police agen- 
cies, along with a bellcc^ter, which 
was donated by Jerome rancher 
Marvin -Aslett, were tracking Alger 
Weflnesdaynl^t. 

. Near the KOAcompground, off U.S. 
93, the windshield of Ed Gudgell, a 
Twhi Falls County sheriffs deputy^ 
was pierced wllb a sbigle bullet, 
believed to be fired by Alger. Hbwev^ 
er. Gudgell was not Injured, Quails 
said. 

Morris and Alger arc wanted 
throu^iout the state of Washington In 
connection with several groceiy-store 
robberies, according to several police 
officers in that stale. 



.sold, has taiduded pointing weapons 
at the heads of store clerics. The 
suspects also arc known to be heavily 
armed, he said. 



Meanwhile, police officers were 
urging residents to lock their doors 
and vehicles and not to stop for 
anyone while traveling In the vicinity. , - 



B/wwAiwiUsL. 




i 




We Have Temporarily Moved 
To 331 Main Avenue East 



B«ris that inemorial cantribultett bn" until 9 p.ni. today and until li a.m. on 



made to the Idoho Lung Aaaoelotloa. 

r.-^.^T.'N VALLEY — A mcnwrtal service 
for' Salley M. Cartmell. 100. of Sun 
Volley, who died March IQ, will be held 
Saturday at 11 a.m. at Our Lady of Snows 
Catholic Church In Ketduim. Wood River 
Chapel ot HoUey b in charge of ar- 



.FILER — The funeral for Paul WaUen 



Saturdny. The family suggests that mo- 
moriol contritxiUons be mads to tbe FUcr 
Nazoress Cfaurd). 

TWIN FALLS — The fuaerail for Jade 
Lyman Skecn. 75, of Twin Falls, who died 
Tuesday, will be bdd at II a.m. Saturday 
at White Mortuaty lo Twin Falls. Burid 
will be hi Sunset Menwrial Park tn Twin 
Falls. Ftlenda may call at the funeral 
home today and until 10:n B.ro. cn 



Hospitals- 



HAOICVALLErV 
ItEGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER 
— * Admitted 

Mrs. Ray Praeglticr. Eldon Murroy, Sbclll Lampo, Mrs. Joe ' 
lulick, Kent Jbnca, Fred Gentry and M lna Cook, all of Twin Falls; 
«I]byitnKie3rncx~Mnicr ami Sunny UuIHiead, all otHuH] ; Larry 
-WUiwr and Mni; Herbert Fuqua; bothefWurtaughrtJoerge Watson^- 
and EUcn Brlsbln, both of Jackpot; Mra. Alan Mclnroy of 
Klmberiy; andMn. Roger Dickinson of Wella. Nov. 



Devln Kofknecbt. J.W. Cheney. LUIlon Donason, Mr^. Kuri 
Klelnluq>f and son, Teri Tudor, Michael Schroeder, Mabel Potter 
and Crolg Nlelaon, all of Twin Falla; Albert llodge and Eric Boom, 
both of Buhl; Mrs. Richard Severance and oon of Filer; Mrs. Gaiy 
DekolcraodaoacfRivert; Robert Noll ot Hansen; Mrs. Maurice 
MuiphyofPaul;aDdUn.OwenFallInofWendeU. . 

OOODffla OOUNry MEMORIAL 



Mrv. Edna Radennacber of Hagorman and Ihclma Butler of 




Dlamlsaed 
Lo Vent Keanrdy of Gooding. 




■ - Elaine Bower o(-Buri»y, 

Shawno Hale of Ileybum, Pamela Young of Albion and ChrisUoB 

Flcmlng^of Rupert 

Edward Taylor and MorUyn Cana, both of Burley; RlbscU 
Edgornnd Deborah Mockley, both ot Rupert; Basil E. George of 
Malta'; Andy Napier ot Paul; and Fcllpa Diego of Heybum. 
Birth 

A daughter to Mr. and Mra. Rourke Vecnendaal o( Haielton. 
\ MTNmOKA MEMORIAL 

Admitted 

Connie Uailzia and Vh-ghiU Garcia, both of Rupert; 'and Letter 
BoydotDeclo. 



Km 



Fme-l^n-AfKi-Help-Us 
Make Room For 



Incoming Merchandise \ 



Friday, Mnrcn 23, lOM Tlmo»-Naw3. Twin Falla. Idaho 



City to buy used ears for police in money-saving strategy 



By THOMASMOHRZJWG 

Times- ffewsearrespondeat 



Councilman Garth Payne sold he had resei^ 
vations about buying ti^ vehicles, saying ho 

,, roared' malntetumcO'CoetS'OD cars wlth-over- 

BURLEy — JTba Burley-iiollee-dopartment — BO,ooa pi lleag c wo uld bcblgh. . 

jWUlbeglnpurehaslngusedvehldesIbrftecity Hlgens pointed out that the vehicles are 
neel under a plan adopted this week by the used as California Highway patrol cars and 
Hurley city CouncU.- i. , that the mileage was highway mileage and not 

Police Lt. Jim Hlgens sold the purpose of town mileage. The vehicles . must meet 
the plan Is to increase the number of vdilclcs California State specifications before bUng 
In the fleet in order to save wear and tear on sold, he said. • ■ 

thecals. The council a^«Ki to adopt Hlgens' plan for 

At present, the department uses nine cars, one year on a trial basis. 



In other business. Mayor Chuck Shadduclc The city will take possession of the structure 
read a letter to the coundl from Jay Tllby. a nt the end of Tllby's lease, provided the 
Burtey resident -who operates an -aircraft . - - slnicture b not removed within 30 days of the 

labitenance busl nesM tt he BurlcyJVlrport end ^he-lease. ^— 

According to the letter, TUby wants to sell 



his hangar at the allpott. 

City Attorney Bill Parsons sold he saw no 
problem' with Tllby's plan, provided the new 
ovifner agrees to follow provisions of the 
property tease with the dty, which Includes 
the stipulation that any business conducted In 
the structure be aircraft- related. 
The city will not exercise its option 



-,Und e ei h B.iiew, plnn , t he fl c c t. w lU.be tncrcasod The cnrs wULbe-purchased-ior-Caoo^ach, — purcbase-tbe-etructure, said Parsons, as. 



■ As part of the regular council meeting, a 
pijsllc hearing was held to gather Input about 
a tract of land the city Is purchasing for future 
recreational area. 

The hearing was held pursuant to regula- 
tions pertaining to a federal grant for which 
the has applied. The grant will be used to 
finance a comprehensive plan for the tract. No 
onolnattendancecoimneatedontheproposal. 



professional, presented the council with. 
annual report on the golf course. The 11-page 
document-outlined thc-budget for the cour^- 
-OB-wcH as-a-nst^f-lmprovemcnts m a d e t fi the 



In other Dusiness: 
• Eatl Simpson, the Biirlcy golf course 



to 20 cars maintaining a one- to-one ration not lix:]uding palntlag and equipment, and the membecs of the council have decided tho dty 
: bctwecncarsondmen. - -■ InltialpurchaBewHIbeforfourvehicIcs. - shmdcfnot be In the leosinx business. 

Gouneil studies itinerant merehantsor<iinanee 



property during the post year. 

The report noted all donated' labor and 
material from local businesses and individu- 
als, with a total estimated value of $436,461. 
Tho report also outlined proposed lmprovc:rj.- 
ments t o tho golf course for 1D84. 

• The council appointed Donna Kunau of 
Burlcy to the clly's LJbrnry Board. Kunaii will 
fitl Ihf rpmnlnrifr nf thP tni- m nf .Tffn Smith, 



.Whose resignation was accepted by Iho 
council. The term runs untUJune 1966. 



By JaNENE BUCKWAY 
■ "Tlines-News corrvspondatt : 

GOODING ThoGoodlnff-City 

Council is looking at the possibility of 
creating an Itloeraat merchants ordi- 
nance. 

The council took imdcr advisement 
this week a request from Marvin 
Browji.of Uie Goodlng Merdionts 
Bureau lo adopt on .Itinerant 
merchants ordinance. 

Brown said that Gooding merchants 
arel&Ihg money to "ono^hot, out- 
'Of-state vendors," wfio bring in Items 
like tools, fish or produce. 

"If wo (the dty of Gooding) 



charged a fee for this lypo^of opera- 
nioir^itTesscwwduld'flBt'somelhliig- 
back for all the mon^ that's going. 
out',''Browii8Bld, 

The council agreed to consider the- 
matter and also agreed that street 
corner vendors do detract ftom local 
business. 

"But we need to define Itinerant 
merchant vety carefully." Mollne 
added, cxplalnhig that occasionally a 
local business or civic organization ' 
contracts with such traveling busi- 
nesses to bring In merchandise for a 
special promotion and takes a per^ 
centage of the profits. 

The council will review ' similar 



ordinances In other Magic .Valley 



later time. _ 

The eouncU also considered a re^ 
quest irom Jerry Howard to operate a 
business at his home at 237 Michigan 

St. 

Howard requested a slx-month 
variance to the dty's residential zon- 
ing to allow his auto repair business 
until he con relocate It 

Mayor Gene Hcllcr told Howard 
there is no precedent for a temporary 
variance and explained that the u>n- 
Ing ordinonce defines auto repair and 
service stations differently from other 
"lirtome" businesses. 



"You will have to have the approval_ 
■of-Bir-your"neIgIiboiB "tof~3Brfeet-^ 
around_the business." Heller told 
Howard. 

IWoItnc also expressed concern with 
Howard's ability to provide adequate 
storage and parking on his property 
and to deal adequately with the "un- 
sightly nature" of such a business. ' 

Hcllcr stressed that the council 
needs to consider bow such a business 
would affect property values In the 
area and the dty business Improve- 
ment prospects In general. 

Howard eiqilalned that he did not 
know untU recently that the repair 
shop he erected last fall was in 



vio lation of city ordinances.. 



I need the six months to get 
established financially and find out If 
It will pay to find another place for It," 
Howard explained, adding "I've al- 
ready Invested $15,000 In the busi- 
ness." 

The matter was taken under 
advisement untlLHoword presents the 
necessary signatures from his 
iMilghbors, and the city planning and 
zoning commission makes a recom- 
mendation: — — . 

Tho planning and zoning board 
heard Howard's request last week but 
had not presented Its decision to the 
council Iv Monday. . 



-Here'sa- 
good start for 
a greatlawj] 




'UTHOmiEDRETAILEn 

Speciol Sole Prices 



Engineer warns lead e rs their chance for g r ants not good 



with Factory Rebates 



- By TERRELL WliXIAMS 
Times-News correspondent 

HAGERMAN — Hagcrmon should 
... ' not-gctJtS-hopcs up for any federal 
.' . grant money this year. 

Engineer boug Howard of Twin 
Falls said the chances of Hagerman 
getting such a grant ore "not too 
good" because there are about 70 
Idaho dtles competing for only a 
dozen grants. 

Howard, who gave the city council 
an update Tuesday on grant money 
' available for water and sewer 
-systems, said 10ofl2grantsawardcd 
■ last year went to "JolMricnted" pro- 

- Jccts. Since Hagerman would not 
create hew Jobs with grant money, It 
is less llkeiyhrwlinrgrant, hoaddcd.~ 

' - 'In another matter, the engineer 
: ■ ' a dvlsedrthe comttli that-a-watCT tank- 
' In Hagerman is not needed to Improve 

pressure. Rather, he suggcst«i old 

lines may be corroded, plugged or too 
' smallandneedreplacement. 

A booster pump might also be a 

solution to low pressure problems, he 

noted. 

Howard briefly mentioned the city 

-inlghtnrraise -money, by. harnessing 

excess spring water and runoff water 
: Into generators to produce power for 
; sale. 

: requestedHoWardloappIyforagraht 

- for Hagerman and Jftook-Into-ovoiyT- 
: angle we've got" to solve the city's 

various water, sewer and street pro- 
blems. 
', In other business: 

• Fourteen baseball players volun- 
teered to excavate the two city park 
baseball di amonds Into le g al-sized 

'- playingfleias. -. . 

The-free-labor-waa-offered-fn-re — 

■ — Bponse to a city rcquesl'for labor and 

■ ■ ■donated materials for the Hagerihan 
.'City Park, all" of which~will~D^ 
. ..cvaluated.and.matclicd.wlth federal 

■ funds If the city gets a park grant. 

Richard Schwanz and Brad Gislcr, 
representing a commimity group of 

■ ball players, said they will remove a 
--Ijerm of dirt — made two years ago as' ■ 

— :the-t)order-of-an- unsuccessful Ice 
skating rink — and will enlarge the 
existing dlamo.n d3Jto_rygulatiQnjlze_ 

— 30 touniomentTrnQy be held there'. 

. -. Although tho ball players are ready 
, ^to go to work at once, Mayor Mcrlo 

Firm chosen_ 
to plan street 

JiijEROME^^tlLODtJlIssenUng- 



Owsley asked thorn to wait until April 
1, so If the city receives a grant later 
this month the value of the labor will 
be matched with funds. 

Another major park Improvement 
scheduled to be^ soon is n new 
parking' area "by the senior citizen 



center. Owsley made a publk request 
for about 200 feet of. railroad ties to 
line the area. 
"We're looking for a donation," he 

said. 

• it was reported some people are 
turning their water twck on alter the' 



dty has shut it off for noni)ayment. 

Since city code books are currently 
bebig updated, the council decided to 
Incorporate into them on unspecified 
Increose of fines for unauthorized 
tampering with wolcrshulotf valves. 

• The council discussed Ihc growing 



number of stray dogs in the city and 
deddcd to "look Into" passing a new 
itaaii low and establlsmng a dty dog 
pound. Presently^ only dog tags arc 

required. - 

"We have a lot. of problems. wlth.- 
dOBS,"OwsI(*y noted. 



fREE Sproodor loan 
PoworRakos, 
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vote, the Jerome City Council voted 
- Tuesday to rwgotlnte with J-u-B 
engineers Inc., of Twin Fails for 
design of the Eighth Avenue East 
construction project. 
-. Councilman Walter Benlzlnger 
..-tfotcdforGary Lee as engineer for the- 

Itiroject, while council members Glcn 
:...Capps.and Jean ne Von diver, favored 
the larger firm since Lee, wbo at- 
tended the mccltng, said he had only 
one other memberl^ls firm. 

Public Works Director Lanny Sloan 
said the city needs to have the work 
. completed as soon OS possible In order 
to obtain funding for 1985. The Idaho 
Department of Transportation will be 
, Involved with the dty In widening and 
zcsuriaclog the street because of state 
participation on project costs; Sloan 
said: , 
A public hearing to correct dhy 

Improp er - IrT igatlon— assess m eilts . . 

brought a numlier ofconiplainlsftrom' 
residents who say they^have to pay for 
water they can not or do not use.' 

Aithou^ these complaints were not 
relative to the hearing topic Tuesday 
night,. Capps recommended the -city 
-investlgateitfl-system-otossessnientfl. — 
_He suggested Je rome officials discuss 
methods of handling water righltfwlth" 
other dtles since one complaining 
resident said no other dty In the area . 
charges property owners according tb 
water ri^ts on theh-property. 



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- B-4 TlrTW-Nsw8, Twin Falls; Waho Friday, March 23, 1B84 




VALUES, 
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\,Engineers 

i^laud paper'^ 

- ' r:T^tm..'w6n' first ~idace-ln-Uie National 
.Society of Professional Engineers' 
' ,-, jcivmallsm competition for its serlef 
- "ii Jaat year on the boom in small-hydni 
..T^iniiects in the Magic Valley. 
.-i,;.-3»o series was ptMislied August 

■ - Reporters Hal Beniton and David 
— ;;,Afpffat toolrflrst-plac6'boaora-ln tlie 
~ ' 'ccujipetitlon's newqiaper category for 
Hftng the aeven^art series, which 
KSn hi-depth kxdc at the hydroelec- 
,].._^__. i-its-impact-on-area- 

-vfv""Wb articles explored the businesses 
' ""and politics behind tlie hydra boom. 

^tly) 'track record and financing of one 
-^:StMMioite plant and the envimunentai 
' ..coofibquences of the rapidly locreas- 
,^''ipg t^nnber of hydro plants. 

,Benitf»i, whose primary beat is the 
, './JShyljimmrait and natural resources, is 
-J^Wpw^-covertog-the' trlal-of- Rep. 
-■rw«o'^"'"™n«n^ln"WaBKIBgton, D.c. 
^-l^plf at covers the Twin Falls city and 
. rounly beats for tlte o^wqiaper. 
"—niiutrations-for-lhe-project were 



^EWi^hmutt-and -stair 

•■OMviB.. 

' "winning " the awanl. The 
"^JTlnlto-News edgsd out the Christian 
■rScIence Monitor, wUcb took second 
"l^iee for a series on America's leaky 
water mahis. 
Third place went to The Arizona 
~:ARaiuUIc fora special report on the 
" -^ttpMrfUmh'nf'n y^^-m ll" BTIl Wi ll Ct 
hlchTrtlllranqidrttaaora 



r water 10 'iiicson. 
'^^71ils~Is~a -f bw- natlonal - award, t' 
'said' StCjrfien Hart g yi, The .Times-, 
~IiCiilrA managing editor. "We're very 



4)roud of the work these staff mem- 
.1 tiers did on the hydro series and 
•r-'iibnored to win it against such com- 
j t^jetition.'^ 
' For the third year In a row. National 
g »gr^phlc mf fl fl J Iw*" thnk ' fi nit" pla<ib - 
In the magazine category. Its wimUng 

:;. /«rt lcle, on.aatemtM.flppearetUaJhe 

-.September 1963 Issue. Second place In 
■ '.•fho magazine category went to a team 
:.::of-Newsweek writers for a Jan. 3, 
:- 19&3, article on lasers. 
- - J Judges for the competition were 
■David H elnly, the Washington bureau 
~ chief ol'Cahin's Pubilcallons: EHc — | 
— Btumra-forme^'edllor of Uie'Times- 
Crescwt Dewquper in La Plata, Md. 




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Friday. March 23. 1064 TfmiiiHNowa. Twin Falln. lfjgiii^S-5 



pool f rqsh help^^ Indiana uj3set N. Carolina 



^ The Associated Press' 

;;2teve Alford, a cool freshman, 

K tired In 27 points an d Mike Gloml'a 
(TTrwtlirDWB-wiUi live seconds" 
lemalnlDg carried Indiana to a 72-68 
tipset victory over top-ranked North 
' Carolina In the NCAA East Regional 

Semifinals Thursday nig ht. 

;;rTlMrHb6aIera; who finSied'Uilnl lh" 
the Big Ten Conference, fashlonedlEe 
biggest iqjset of tbe tournament so far 
with a tough, coUapsIng man-to-man 
. defense that often resembled a zone 
and kept tbe heavily favored Tor 
Beels off balance niost of the nlghL 
J Indiana. 224. surged to d 5M7 lead 
with S:36 remaining, then bad to bold 



off a torrid Carolloa conuamck behind 
All-Americans Michael Jordan and 
Sam Perkins. 
Th^ TfiT Heels twice cut ttie lead to 



rivals. 

The victory advanced the WUdcats, 
20-4, to Saturday's final against 
sljtth-ranked lUlaalfl, which beat No. 



11 Maryland 72-70 Id tbe otbersemui- 
nal at Rtipp Arena 00 nmrsday nlghi. 

LoulsvlUe guard Lancaster Cordon 
ran iq) 11 straight pobits bi tbe first 
half en route to a ^potait f«mo, and 
-MU tWagner had22 fortbeCardtoals. 

Center Melvln Turpln ktcked to 14 
points for Kentucky, and forward 
Winston Bennett came off the beiu^ to 
score 10 for tbe WUdcats. 

Kentucky turnovers and fouls 
against the full-court press almost let 
the scrappy CaidlnalB, 24-11, dbnl- 
nata the WUdcats ftmn the playofb 



for a second straight year. 

Kentucky, down 3&32 at the half, led 
by as much as ef^t points In the 
second period when Turplo hit an 



'^ey-<>op against the full-court press 
to make It 61-53 wlth4:36 toplqy. 

But MUt Wagner's four points keyed 
an 8-2 run that drew the Cardinals to 
6:^61 with three mhnites left 

From Utere', Mast^'Ut thrae of foiir' 
free throws and Bennet bit two free 
throws and tipped to Master's only 
miss to keep the Wildcats ahead. 

Kentucky handed IUIdoIs one of Its 
four reguJar-seoson losses, defeating 
them to Champalgn-Urbana on 
Christmas Eve SftM on a lost-second 
by freshman James 



who had been down 'by as much as 
nine points in tbe first half — .'come 
back from a 32-30 halftlme dsflclt to 
ahead hy 11 points with::4:3 3 



Illinois 72, Maryland 70 

George Montgomery scored 
points lo trigger a aeCdfld-BUlf 
explosion that lifted sixth-ranked Illi- 
nois over llth-ranked Maryland. 

Illtools, 2S-4, will play hi Saturday's 
-Mideast^ champlonshli) against^ Ken- 
'tucKy." 

The loss snqiped aa eight-game 
winning streak for Moiylaoa and the 
Atlantic Coast Conference tourna- 
ment champions finished the year at 
24-a. 

Illinois rode the shoottog of 
Montgomery, v4io scored eight potots 
in a second-half sifetch. The Illbil — 

League ponders policy 

Fate of Gaits 



TOnoIning In'lhe'game. 

Illinois, while ct^Joylng good shoot- 
tog, had to ovcrcomne second-half 
problems when Doug Altenberger and 
Scott Moents fouled out and:Efrem 
Wlnlcn was' fomjd'to'learatfae'game ' 
with an Injury with about 6:30 re- 
malntog. 

Adrian Branch, who led all scorers 
with 19 potots, brought the Teiraplns 
back within four points wlQi 1:12 
rematoing, but Maryland could get no 
closer than two the rest o( tbe way. 
•SeeNCAAottPaaeBij: 



twopobils as Indiana collapsed at tbe 
tree throw line, with fredunan Marty . 
Stanmoos t p|««ing tbo front end of 
throe straight ooe-and-ooes and 
.Chuck ^rans„another_berore.Alfdnl.. 
— - - -Btralgbt to the fbial- 

3:12. 

Kfotuclv 73r I^Nif'vIUe 87 

At Lexington, guards Dicky Beal 
and Jim Master scored 15 points each 
OS third-ranked Kentucky survived 
Louisville 7247 to a gut-wreocblng 




isrtuclriirlimbo 



Doug Peterson, a contender In Bruins' boy's singles ladder, shows off his style during practice match 

Bruins reachj^or better tennis season 



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—Tlmes^ews-wiitep— 



everything — our girif are looking on awful lot 
_better;.nnlnio.totoucbQ»_ax?J«to™ing:- 



TWIN FALI^ — The Twin Falls Brubut,' Still 
relatively new to totcrscholasUc tennis, hope to 
-continue tbeh^ annual pH''"T^"'"'"* *biMr fourth 
season, which beglhs today when they host 
Jeromeatsp.m. 

The Bruins adielved a milestone lost year when 
senior Mike Rice ftolsbed fourth to-tbe. stole 
^taumamenLheamibig t he flrrtTwdn Falls player 
ever to place at stote. ._ 

.Tlils-seasoo,- Coach CIovls. Johnson-feels. the- 
Bruins can acconipIt5h"more,' particularly from a 
team standpoint. 

"We've got more overall ^tii this year than., 
we've ever had," be aald. "It's a comblnatton of 



Twto Falls' top performer likely will be Junior 
Jeff Lambert, a vetoran of state tourney com- 
pctltiW). "He's looking extremely good," Johnsony 
sal d."He 'sB Otufillnilted poten tlaltotennt3." 

Two other Juniors willTonaw Xamhcrt "on ' llie 
boys' stogies ladder, Doug Petersen and Stcll 
Dahlquist, a transfer fromSweden. 

In ^Is' stogies, senior Tricia SwartUng begins 
tho season as the flo. l player, though Johnson 
-aald.she. should he-pushe<Hy.senlor-Laura-Rlce_ 
- aitd-freshman-SusIe-Hoag,-ranked No.~ip. to-tho - 
state 14-year-oIdbracket.—- - 

'"They're Just about ncck-and-ncck. It's almost 
the same situation we had last year with the tuys 
(Rice, Scott Guthrie and Lambert)." Johnson 
said. 



Twin Falls' doubles alignments remain unset-- 
JJed -oa-can- be-expected -nt-th ls-iuncturer"lt; s: 
going to change as we get toto the season and sec 
how the kids do," sold' Johnson, who predicted 
only [iiat Mike Iferfas-Seon Sadler'and Mary 
Nye- Rhonda Babcock will be paired together. 



ThCL-Br;':' "BftTJiaBkcd with three other 
freshmen besIdSHoag: Dawn Bulgin, Scott 
Roberts and Chris Sacco, "They're going to 
develop toto really nice players," J(dinson said. 
Other members Include Wendy Davis, Tiffany 
_Kert>s_aiul Christle.SmithJor-tlie-girls-and.Ryan. 
-McDcrmott,,Colto Muldoon and Ciirte BiKiefor the , 

■ boys. -',' - _. _ _ , _ . 

Previews for the Magic Volley-'e-olher high 
school teams — Burloy, Goodtog, Jerome and 
Wood River — will appear next week to The 
TlmesNews. 



HONOLULU (AP) — No decision 
has been mode on w^iether the 
Baltimore Colts will move, Jimmy 
Irsay, son of tho dub owner said 

..Thursday, night at the National 
Football League meetings. 

Of.a-multitode.of-reports_thBt_tl)e_ 

Colts would move to Phoenix, Ariz., or 
Indianapolis or stay to Baltimore, the 
younger Irsoy sakl: " Right now, I 
would say no el^ la. closer than any 
other." 

Irsay said that Ms father, Robert, 
was aware that April 1 was the 
deadline for dctermintog the 1984 
NFL schedule and would by to reach 
a decision by then, but he addedof the 
decision, "It could be quick or it could 

goon." . 

" "A source had lold lhe Associated 
-Press Wednesday night that the elder- 
. Irpgy uMUiirt nnnmmr*. m Tttiinirtqy.. 

...that. the. club .would remain la 
BalUmore. That announcement never 
came. 

For the first time. Commissioner 
Pete Rozelle todlcated that the league 
wasalXHit tocreate a policy on tww to 
deal with the threat to Ito supply of 
college -talent from United Stotes 
Foottmll League. Rozclle said he 



day, the fhsal playtog rule change vp 
for consideration, concemtog. block- 
tog on running plays, was ad^ted by 
club officials. The rule as amended 
will allow offensive blockers to thrust 
and extend their arms forward' In 
_blocktog.on_running plays._8ojong aa_ 
toe Initial contact is made';^[ii the 
pocketarea. ' ' ' 

Dallas President Tex Schronun, a - 
member of tbe league competition 
committee, said the change wseo- 
Ually Just brought the rule into Itoe 
with what has become a common 
practiceduringgames. 

A new rule that was adc^ted .Wed- 
nesday — a five-yard poviltx for 
"prolonged, exc^slve or' pre- 
-medltoted -celebratlonbylniflyldual 
pla yers or gro ups" — drew conUnent 
from some of 'the playefslt wl^ of fecf,- 
"todudtog^ "flaclc~dancer'' ".Mark ^ 
Gasttoeauof theNewYotkJets, . 

Gastineau, speaktog by idunelnun 
Arizona, said tbe rule woiild not.last, 
adding, "It's hard rule 'td"ebforce ... 
How do you decide wlietber It^^alUUe 
or a lot? I can't wait until d' referee 
shows up in tho MeadowIands"before 
60,000 roaring Jets' fans OaS'i get 
excited and go toto my "acC^Ki ' 



would appoint a comnUttoa to-atudy--^^^ feel 'Sorry fbl- the 

how the NFT-, over the long run, might " f"™ j .. 

minimize the threaL 

_. CbarlIe-^rowni-.;^tb8— Washlngton- 



said llozelle. .".We Just wuu lo.taKnr 
look at our future." 

Al Davis,' managtog general 
partner of the Los Angeles Raiders, 
said his fellow club owners did not fed 
too threatened by the fledgling league 
at this time. 
"There's trem endo us sentiment 
~hQrfl~that~the~USni"-has certoln 
-obstaclaa-to-ovaroonwi-and there's 
— tremendoiis'Baitimait-tharthey^nt 

be able to overcome them," said theUSI 
Davis to on totorvlew. 



Asked his own feelings about the 
JUSEL,J>avj3.jrfM.waa-Co;nmlssioneL 
of the American FoottwUi League 
when it merged with the NFL, said: 
"I'm a great believer that men can 
dominate events and that they (the 
USFL) can survive. 



Redskins'- "Pun-Bunch"- th^t cele 

brates touchdowns by leaping Into the 
air to a grotq> Hi^-5, saIdi.-"I'vB 
never heard of any^iing that, ridlcu- 
lous^Haven't they gotmorelnmoftant 
tHlhgs'to do than wony aboiU w Fun 
Bunch?" 

On tbesubject of tbe USFL, Davis 
maintains that the dite of-'lbelNPL -'^ 

be more competlUvf.wlto 
1 going after iop players. 
"I don't mind the oon^tiUoo,-" he 
sajd, "That's what Anierieals all 
■oboiif?' ~- ■ 

Speaktog otMut tbe NFL owners' f 
decision late last year to stick -wito 
their draft date, which Is totir than 
■ the USFL draft, Davis said, 'I think 



^ urhpthop thi-y rm ptyq;»r, - pobo^v wos -taking .toto, accou6t-tbB. 
niiMiinntAiin •> ■ . ' Les Anccles KxDress." 



. thatlaaucstlondblc 

Tn San~ Diego, Chargers owner 
Eugene Kleto nnnoimpwl Uiat tie 
would sell his malorlty Interest, 51 
percent, of the club IT a suitable twyer 
could tw found. 
MeanwhDe at the mecttogs Thurs- 



Los Angeles Express." 

Since Wllltom Oldenburg purchased 
the toam,'tbe Express has slgned a 
number of top college playOT*, to- 
eludlng landing BYU qu^rteitack 
Stove Young with a long-terrn, 
million contract. 



Michigan edges Xavier, 63-62, in third ro und o f NIT pi ety 



gy The Associated Press 

, FVwhmahAnldlaeJoubert scored 18 points 
ond hit two free throws with 21 seconds 
remohitog to ^ve Michigan a 63^ victory 
over Xavier, Ohk) Thursday night to the ttiird 
tornid of tbe National Invitation Tournament. 



Tbe Wolverines, 21-10, had a 54-43 lead with 
8:30 left, but the Musketeers, 22-11, scrapped 
to pull to within 5^ when Dexter Bailey lut a 
layup wl th 1 : 12 remabitog. 
.-Michigan forward Roy Tarploy followed 



with two free throws, before Xavier center 
Jeff Jenkins notched tbe last of his game-high 
. 21 points to pull ills team tmck to within one. 

Joubert, the Wolverine's high scorer, then 
hi t tMth ends of a one-and«ne to lee tbe game. 
Musketeer guard Ralph Lee closed out toe 
_ scprtoKwlUi.a layup aUheb*^ 

Neither team could goto on advantogc 
through most of the first half as tho lead 
changed hattds 13 times. The Wolverines 

f)ulled ahead by seven potots with five mtoutes 
eft to tbe half, then eight with one second left. 



But Jenkliis' iiit'two'treo throws to cut the lead 
to3&^at thciialf. 

Michigan travels to New York on Monday 
for the NIT scmJftoaJ round lo face the winner 
of Friday's Virginia Tech-Tennessee game. 



SW Loulelana 97, Santo Clara 7B 

At Lafayette, Paced hy senior forword 
Graylto Warner's 22 points, all five South- 
western Louisiana starters scored to double 
figures for a crushing 97-7BoI Santo Clara. 

Warner scored M of his pototo to the f b^t 



hall and USL, 23-s, went ahead for good wIQi ucorgc Aimooes added is pointo (dr ine 

15:12 remaining In tbe first half. At in- CaJuns, while brothers Drexol and Alonza 

termisslon, tbe Ragto' CoJuns led 46-28. AIlenandBrownhadlSpotoUapIece. 

USL'sDIonBrawn-settbetoneoftbeRagln' chiii'n~r,n~r:,r ■n:.^n imA .u««m 

Cajun victory. His first rebound of tho n&t kIS'« i7 n^Sli^n 

made him (be school's all-Ume record Te- ^^^lvJS^^i}l^,S^T^^t^2^ 

hnimrtfr withflofi "'ck Vanos, the Broocos* 7-foot-i Center, 



The CaJuns, who knocked off Utah Stoto and 
Weber Stote to a pair of two-potat victories, 
shot 54.3 percent from the field, while the 
Broncos hit 48.4 percent. 



- to only two points to the second half 

Tbe victory earned the Ragto' CaJuns the-'' 
right to face the wiimer of Friday nlgbt's' 
Notre Dame-Plttaburgh game to Madison . 
Square GardenonMoi^iay. 



Olympie medalists shine during championship 



BvTheABaocUitellTeas 8<»<1 »•»''' !<." HamUton sold. "I lust 

»y nieMKKuuoorraa wonted to Bkole well ond I did. I wasn't 

■T~dTrAWA~SSllTIanmionT™i tli6™en'inih<nt— thinking n^ to do 

jmtmm nnd IM dmcera J nyne 'Bor ylll an d ■ ' -" " 
Christopher Dean rswnte the recom twoxs 
^Imnda v at tbe World Figure S kating Champl- 



'dnshlps. 

- The British Olympic champions earned an un- 
precedented seven perfect marks of 6.0 for theb- 

- Miumtja and waltz compulsory dances. 

- In a stunning iqjset. Canadians Barbara UnderhUl 

pay] Martlnl^-wott— the— pairs— oompetltlonf^ 
■ dethroning Soviets Etena Valova and Oleg Vasiliev, 
Olympic, goldmed^lsto an d defend ing world 
duuDpkuu. 

Hamilton, 25. tbe U.S. Olympic gold medaUat 
from Denver, has led tbe compeUtton frdm the fltart 
jand wIU compete for his fourth Worid UUe Friday 

."^Ito 'slightly hobbled a flll-to turn sequence that 
bad no technical value, but expertly carried off tho 
jumps and spins required to toe program to stoy 
ahead of his 24 competitors. 

His two-mtouto effort brought sbt nearperfoct 
marks of fi.9 from tbe nine Judges. Tbo other marks 
^*ere all 5.SS save for one 5.7 from the FYendi ludRB. 



well for myself. ' 

" second "place wns"West"GennairRudl -Ccmc.- 
followed by Jozef Sabovcilt, the Olympic bronze 
mcHalltrt ftwnfTyiftchiMlOTakia. 

BrJap Boltano of Suzmyvale, Calif., was sevento 
and Mark Coclierell of Los An^es was 13th. 

Canadian champion Brian Orser. who beat 
Hamilton to tbe short program at the Olympics, 



nation Jump. Orser was fifth overall. 

Dean apparently hadn't noticed how many 6.03 he 
and Torvili collected. — ■ — ■ — 

"How many?" tie asked after leavtog ttie Ice at 
tho Civic Centre, where tbe scoreboard flashed the 
6.08. "It^ obviausly nice, tHlt tliis Is the last time we 
docompulsorlea." 

TorvUl and Dean, «4io now have IM perfect 
marics stoce 197S, have said they'll turn prqfesslonal 
after this event. 

In second place bebtod Torvlll and Dean were 
Soviet Olympic silver medallsto Nataito Beule- 
mianova and Andrei Bukin. Americans Judy 
Blundierg and Mlduiel Selbert faltered on the 



rhiuntwi ond were third. 

Two other U.S. teams were to Ibe tcni 10. Carol 
- Jean Fox and Rictuird D alley were eighth and Ellsa- 
Spilz and Scott Gregory were IDth. 

Torvlll and -Dean - ma de- akattoti-hlstory-at" 
Olympics ^ earning tbe first periecl marks to 
comptilsory dance to an totemational event. Tho 
three 6.03 came In the Westminster Waltz. 

On Thursday, they agato got three 6.08 to the 
snooty Westminster, thai Added four more to the 
sassy rfaumba. They were "imperfect" only In the 
•t ira t dance, tne paw D oble, where they received 



five 5.9s and four 5.89. 

And De an said I t was'the best 1 
done this season. 



) they have_ 



"It felt better and more relaxed than the Olynit" 
pics." said tbe 26-year-old former policeman. 
. As soon as they took tho ice, fans waved Union 
Jacks and cliecred the Uiree-time worid champions. 
' They were dressed formally for all three donees 
—she to beaded black dress and be to tuxedo. 

Torvlll gazed at her partner and smiled almost as 
KtbertokwaBthebrownprlvateballrDom. ' 

Their edges were ao deqi It was a wonder they 
didn't tilt over: theb- flow wai velvetv smooth. 



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-DKiaMOMA 'CITY (APi — A fower OiammeTCoSiK^'^Bm- 

>i j^' ^fl^ T7qT'*H*y 

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"an abeoluto lack.Bnd patidty" of 
evidence against Oktonointa' foot- 
ball Coach Barry Switzer and six 
otber-jnen,.. and dlsiplssed^:*, 
Securities and RTw:hflnip> Com^ 

mtitakmlaiiFMiUappliyll ffiem. 



Bittaum of Washlngtoo, D.C. asktid 
for the dismissal alnce "there li go 
evidence wbatsoever' to sunnrt 
tbeSSCscharaaitothlscate.'.' 

Safi^~a^l«ed ana (oraed out tfie' 
case. 



'rme court ^inds ... noiiaouii;^ 
,Mr..Swltter or the ^ other:-*" 



US. DIsbict Judge Dale Saflela 
of KoiiaasCIty,Kan.,tlirw6uian . -^^ . 

formaUoD to 1901 to make nearly ; the oeosioo i^.j 

$500,000 off tbe TvmottA Un- 
uldatkU'Df an OUabdoui Clly oU 

ttnn. . _ . ,>•.,:. 

Tbe dismissal came to tbe fourth 
day of tbe trial, after tbe prDssct^ 
tion had rested Its case and tbe 
defense sent nine diaracter wit- 
nesses to .the stand, IncltaHng 



uNfflced. 
. SEC attorney T. Cbristt^iber 
Browne coatended to bla closing 
argument that George PUtt, . 
then-director ot Pboenbt R(f- 
Bources, knowtogly passed a ^ 
about the Qrm'a Uquldatkm fa 
Swltter at a track me« to Non^iap, 
Ofcla.Juna6.19Bi. 



B-eflmea+Jewa, Twin Falls, Idaho Friday, March 23; 1984 



. CSI sets track time trials 

- .TWIN PALLS — CoUege of Southern Idaho wUl host 
Bfllsn S tfllo nnri IHnhn S tfliP In n UmP-trinl , nnrwnrMi 
track meet at Brubi Stadium Saturday. 

Field events will begin at noon with numlng events at 
1 p.m., reports CSI Coach Karl Klelnkopf. 

Klelnkopf sold Idaho State wUI bring a full contingent 
to the meet, uliich originally was a dual slated for 
' :PocatelIo but weathered out. Boise State will bring all 
. but six or seven of Its athletes, who will participate In a 
meet In Los Angeles. 
The CSI coach ba ld ho expected some good competl- 
rWnlnfBespfhtavrflhTSmWmiiaiiagTtnB^^ 
He added a l6-17-foot pole vault was within reach of ISU 
If weather pennlts. 

Pomerelle hosts junior skiers 

BDRLEY"— Vuiilbr'^Bkl^'lh'Wtfc'Vaney vdll Be^ 
showing off thch: talents at Pomerelle Ski Resort this 
'^"weckend In the anhualXIons~aub Giant Slalom, one of 
the major Junior skier contest ef the a 



Glen Kunau said (be club will award trophies to 
winnets In each qf five age lUvlslons of Uie event and all 
entrants receive a souvenir racing bib. 

Entry-foes-are44-aDd-tbe. r a cer s - wm . c cgUter-at-the— 

ski resort at 10:30 B.m. with racing to start at 11a.m. 

Kunau said all children entering must have waivers 
signed by both parents and If parents ore not attending 
the races they must have the waivers signed in 
advance. TTjesc may be picked up at Sunset Sports , 
McCoslln Lumber, both hi Burlcy ors at the ski resort . 
prior to the race. 

CSI faces Utah Tech 



"They've always been a Uuni In our side," CSI Coach 
Jim Walker saU of Utah Tech. "They get very, very 
*up'foriis.irwedofl'tpIayweUthey'Ubcatus.t' . 
— CharlloCarterraBuhl-freahmanrand-Tlm^^rsare— 
today'sprotuiblestartlngpitchersfortlieEagles. ' 

Stanford coach arrested 

SAN JOSE, CaJU. (AP) — Arraignment has been 
scheduled April 19 for Stanford University football 
Coach Jack Elway, who was arrested on suqilckm of 
drunken driving following a ctvle dinner and a late 
woridng night 

Elway, ^ failed "the entire process that causes an 



■•■ TWIN FAU^— CoUege of Souttaein Idaho's bas^l 
team, coming off its most successhd Arfzcma rood trip 
ever, faces Utah Tech for tlouble-beaders today and 

^turday at FVonUerFleld. 

The""Goiaeh Eagles, who' Wdn abt of elght'gamralii'' 
Arizona during spring break to Improve to&-2 overall, 
t>egln competition at 1 p.m.~today. Saturday 's twlnblll 
starts at noon. - 



~7irrRxriinseeliifftiurrpersinr!s-miderthe influence; 
California Highway Patrol Officer Larry Oreglla said 
Wednesday. 

Pearson survives accident 

DAIXAS (AP) — "T5airas'"Cbwbbys'"wIdc^^ 
Drew Pearson, falling asleep at ttie wheel, survived 
serious lq]tny but bis tirotber Carey Mark Pearson was 
killed eariy Thursday wbentlKlc^^GcdLos^omnbiic — ■. 



slainined Into Ibe rear of a parked, ste^oaded 
tractor-troUer. 
"I don't think Drew suffered any iujurics that will be 
— la3ting;V-sald-£)allfl3-Coaeh-Tom-Iiandryrwho^vialted-- 
him in Presbyterian Ho^ltal after flyliig In from the 
National Football League meetings In Hawaii. "His 
face Is bruised and ho Is^stlU uodcrgoing tests. He 
should be .OK unless .tbcQr.. discover sorncthlng. or 
course, he was very hurt about the death of his 
brother," 

Canadians bid on Twins 

VANCOtnrER. British Columbia (AP) — Officials of 
the VancouvcrCanndlans ndmr leagoB basebaU dub t 
were hi Oriondo, Fla.^ Thursday to discuss the poisslblc 
purchase of the Minnesota Twins of the American 

League. 

....The._Canadlans_ have__been _flctlvely .pursuing _ an ., 
expansion dub to play in'the B.C. Place domed stadium 
and officials said interest In the Twins could be viewed , 
by major leagueowneisas an indication of. Va ncouver's 
stron^cohmutmcnt. 



Hallberg shares lead in tourney NCAA- 



NEW ORLEANS (AP> — Gary 
Hallberg, who hodn't even planned on 
playing this tournament, scored an . 
eagIe-3_on his wayjo a slx-under-p_ar_ 
-ahd-a-tliree:Way-tIe^for-.t h e-lca d - 



Thursday In the first round of the 
$400,000 USF&G aassfc. 

"I was getting th«d and figured on 
' sklpphig here, "Hallberg said. 

-^But-I-mlssed the cuMforlhe-fhu ' 



two rounds) last week. That gave me 
three more days at home and I was 
starting to get ant^, so I committed 
forthlstoumament.rmgladldld." . 

Hallberg, a playoff loser at Son 
Diego earlier this season, was tied for 
the top with Lany MIze, who scat- 



tered Q gaudy' doilctlon of nine 33 
across his caid, and Bob Eastwood, 
who got his share of the lead with a 
30-foot birdie putton his final hole. 
— At-67— ware— Mike— Raid,— Adam- 
Adams, Jim Kane and Bemhard 
Longer of West Germany, a third- 

filace finisher In the Bay Hill Classic 
astweek. 

"My conildcnce Is very high. I've 
played very well for 15 months now," 
said Langer, 26, winner of five Euro- 



pean titles last season. "I' think It's 
Just a matter of time t>cfore I win one 
ovcrhere." - - 

. ..Australian. Grcg_Norman, another 
— tlUo-cont 



aVfZ that Included Morris Hatalaky, 
John Mahaffey, Allen Miller, Danny 
Edwards and Vance Heafner, vAio 
chipped In for birdie on the first two 



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Illinois went nearly five minutes in 
the first half without a t>asket, while 
Tijoryland went on a 14-3 spree to open 
- lip. a.20JXlead.Jep .CQleman_a(»ped_ 
10 points for Maiylond in the first 
, half, but bis shooting feU off In the 
seotnd period and he flnishcd with 12. 
Coleman's flnt-holf attack was a 



holc8-bo-played-on-tbo-7,080-yartl — continuation of4he hot shootlngbehad 



Lokewood Cmtntty Club course. and 
added another cfUp-tn birdie on his 
sbtthhole. 

Gary Koch, wtw scored his second 
victory of the season lost week, had a 
C9 that left him In a challenging 
position. 



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displayed throughout the first games 
of the postseason. Ihe senior center 
had scored 67 points through the first 
four games of postseason play. In- 
cluding the AOC touniameot ■ 

nilnols. whidi has bad to come from 
behind 14 times this season, began to 
move back into contention after fall- 
ing behind by eight at 24-16 with 5:22 
remaining hi the first half. 

Winters hit three baskets in the final - 
four minutes of th6 pcriod-osthe Ulini, 
the co-BIg Ten champloRs, got within 
two at Ihtennisslon. 



Linescores 




Vfrgfnla 63. Syracuse 55 

At Atlanta, freshman Olden 
Polynlce scored six points during an 
early 12-0 run and Ricky Stokes tallied 
sU straight to stop a ^acusc com- 
etMick In the second half as the 
virginle-'CavaUera upset the 19th- 
ronked Orangemen. 
— Vii^nla's-thlrd-etralght-vlctory-ln- 
the tournament moves the Cavaliers 
Inlo Saturday's regional champl" 
onship game against Indiana. 

Vlitfnlo, m-ll, missed Its first eight 
shots from the field. But the Or- 

were able to hit only one of 

thdr'IbstnBU'Inllw'sIopplly'praycd 
flrat half and led oaly M) before Rick 
Carlisle tied the gam with the Cava' 

^. -.- flrst basket, an 18-tooter, 5:10 into the 

^»«S3Ja);»^— contest; 5 

^. "Polynlce Started the i2-0_nin-on o 



layup with 13:12 remaining and 
frc^hmon^om Sheehy cnd^ It with a 

go," filvbig Virginia a 1&€ lead. 

Syracuse. 23-9, trailed 2&-16 at 
holftlme after shooting only 2a per- 
cent from the fidd. Virginia had a 
commanding 20-15 rebounding cd^c at 
intermission. - 



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" Pos ters in 

Topic of show 



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By SARAH MURPHY 
Times-News corre^xuident 

BURLEY — Posters, like designer 
Jeans, bavo become fashionable — 
and an art fonn which has generated 
niffawirBtatusr 



A closer look at some of the more 
Imwvatlve and popular forms of fine 
art posters' can bo taken this Friday 
-and^ Saturday— al_(bfiL_UghtWOrl£fl_ 



.Gallery, 1232 OoKIcy In Burley, from 
10 a.m. tod p.m. 

The twoKlay ' exhibit will feature 
framed and unframed posters by 
artists who are well-known In the 
niedlum of poster art, says Gallery 
co-owner Elaine Horejs. 

Posters are drawing a new group 
of art fanciers to the galleries — 
Jhelr appeal jl,^ln the quality color, 
~ grapHtc style and sclecuons' availa- 
ble to collectors, she says. 

Posters have become fashionable, 
she continues. 

"Like designer Jeans, they are 
popular because of the wording on 
them. Like on thejeons, the labeling 
on the posters means something to 
the buyer, a status symbol, so to 
speak,"shesays. 

Horejs also says posters are fun — 
the subject matter often' being 

^whimsical and colorful. .— , 

...."You don|t haye_to understand a 
-po3tertollkeU,"sayaHQnBja.i;~W:= 

One of the most important factors 
contributing to the popularity of 
posters in the 80s, txisldes their 
avaUabUlty, is their affordablllty, 

.HaysHoraJs^ 1. .--...l.. .. , 

A collector can buy a poster which 
he really likes without breaking the 
budget — a real plus in the present 
. economy, she says. _ 
"HorBjB BayB poster-art has t>ocome- 
" popular with art-collectore-natlon— 
wide, from the Portland Art Museum 
In Oregon to the Gallery of the 

..SouthwesLlnHoU&tnn, Tpvnfj^ 



^Artist R.C. Gorman;' whose" Amer- 



ican Indian ^phlcs are popular 
world-wide. Is one "of the artists " 
behig featured, along with graphic 
t, artists- -Marc Chagall,— Marcus — 
UzUevBky and Yurlko Takata. 




tale of 
youth 



Is 'Footloose 



-B: ^ 

Times-News writer 

TWIN PALLS — The small 
Middle-American town of Beaumont - 
has outlawed dancing. 

Rock and roll music especially is 
deisplsed and shunne^' by the ruling 
older generation as a mlbon of evil 
that promotes teen-age promiscuity, 
drugs and alcohol. 
~""Tne "town" preacher- often" conjures" 
Images of fire and brimstone around 
the hard beat of rock. 
The teen-agers" 



Review 



o^^Despitestuppdrt-inG 



small-pbpuldt'i&n- 



of the tO!ivn hove 
accepted this fate 
and hungrily seek music where they 
can. 

Ben Is a big city kid v/ho moves to 
Beoumont with his divorced mother. 
And he Is not so wUllag to live a life 
without the one thing he loves — to 
-dance. — - - — 

With such a premlse,it^seasy-to seq.- 
that "Footloose'^ls a fable of youth. A 
little outhindlsh,. but nonotheless 
contagiously fun. 

The cast, direction and writing have 
elevated It above those usual 
second-feature teen-age exploitation 
movies that consist largely of phony 
"teen" talk, tmruly sex and puppy 
plot. 

The lnhabitants of "Footloose" are 
a "crop of mostly fresh faces led by , 
Kevin Bacon as Ren. 
* With hlspunkish-halr.-DavId Bowie - 
clothes and pug-nose. Bacon brings a 
yprvp wnri fiwljng tfi thff role. Bncon'fl , 

triumph, however, Is his uninhibited 
dance in a vacant warehouse to rc- 
^mlnd himself-lhat-he Btill-ls-allve^ In— 

the suffocating community. His donc- 
__ing 13 youthful-VltalHyand simmering 
sensuality. ' 

John Llthgow, nominated this year 
for his work-in "Termslof^Endeao 
"amAorsilwrfllmtothe-ground — 



Stark commitment gives fesort-area arts growth 



_ ByJlOBERTDOYLE 
Times-News correspondent 

KETCHUM — The Ketchum-Sun Valley jirea" 
has a permanent population of only 5,000 
- resldenti-yet'lt supports nino-(soon to be lO) art 
gallerles, and a fuUyjstaffed conplcx^votcd to: 
the arts and humanities. 
' And"planiran~nowon th'edrai^g'bbard foro 
performing arts center located on the site of the 
old Ketchum City Hall. The trend appears to be 
toward Increased activity at a time when public 
funding for the arts Is dwindling.-- -.- 

The question U how docs a small community 
provide -so nuuiy.enrlchracnt„acUvJtC5_for_i(s_ 
Inhabitants? . .' . 

**IVlany''jpart-tlmei~as well os 'fUIl-tlinc' rest- ' 



dents of this community come here from areas 
that provide quality cultural offerings dhd they 
Insist on such quallty here," says ChrlS' Mon- 
tague, director of programs for me Sun Valley 
Center for the Arts and Humanities. 

"Stlll,-rm amazed at the amount of programs 

-available, and the partTclpatlqn.thot,docsjake 
place In the actlvltes we sponsor. There's a real 
"commitment here, when you consider that the 
organization with which I'm affUloted is funded 
primorlly by private contributions. 

"Certainly these contributions are helped 
along by-four-major-fund raisers conducted 
throughout the year, and granted this valley has 

_a disproportionate number of well-to^lo resi- 
dents, but Interest in (he arts and a desire to 
'expand the quality of life nma across economic 



■ment, 

as-the rightgcous minister who wat' 
ches his conservative handiwork get 
outofhand. 
Also worth a mention Is Christopher 
^ Temra3"WIIIard, aihuiKy teen-ager^ 

lines," says Montague. such Is not the case with Images Art Gallery penn is delightfully genuine as the 
"It is not commonly khow,--bLit statlstfc's owner, Gall Severn. She was bom and raised In boy with two-left feet who yearns to 
gathered over the past- decade show that for Nampo. ._ rocjj 

every dollar spent on the arts, $6 to $7 Is "Art , is a-hlgh priority for residents of the The only sore thumb is Lorl^Slnget. 
returned to the^mmunlty I n othe r ways," communlty..but.tourismIs £tlll-the ' ba5l5o f -our~-gg-the-girl"attemptlng"t0'forget"that 
■Montague" adds. economy. And a majority of my sales are to she Is a preacher's daughter. The role 

His amazement at finding such strong com- people who live outside Blalne County," Severn reminiscent of the one played by 

says. . - ■ ~ Natali e Wood -In "Re bel-W ithout .a, 

"There are a significant number . of atflucnt^ "Caose^" as the teen-ager trying tb"^ 
people who reside here, at least part tlrhe, and grow up amid -confusion. Singer Jacks . 
wo rely on their patronage, too, for our tourist the range to make the part of Ariel as 
economy is based on a five and one-half month interesting as it could have been, 
business cycle — summer and winter, and not Sure "Footloose" Is a bit moralistic 
much hi between. and simplistic. But the lumps go down 

"Forme, it's thequolityoflifeand the natural easily with the energy and life It also 
beauty of the area that altrncted me. And that's offers. 

•SccARTSon PaRcCi it's a foot-stomping charmer. " 



niunlty support for cultural actlvltes is echoed 
. by American 'mountaIn"clImT)er and conqueror 
of Mt. Everest, George Lowe, who recently 
spoke in Sun Valley under the auspices of the 
Sun Valley Center. 

— *'I made the same presentation In Denver, 
and I didn't draw nearly the audience I did 
here," said Lowe. 
^though mapy Wood River Valley residents 

-relocated here from major metropolitan areas, ■ 



Champ-] 
guitarist 
returns 

By TERRY RICH HARTLEY 
Times-News e(m;^^dent_ 

TWIN FALLS — Chris Proctor, 
acoustic guitarist and 1982 United 
States National FIngerplcking 
-CharaplonrwUl bo returning ■teTwiir 
Falls Wednesday for a concert at 
ttae Renaissance Academy of the 
Arts. 

Last seen hi Twin Falls hi Sep- 
tember of 1SS3, Proctor says he's 
about to begh) a two-month natiorml 
tour and will be trying out new 
tnat^al at this performance and 
the bno'followlng two nights later In 

"SalmDn: ~— — — ' 

The Utah native says he has a 

tough flmp HiHu-rihIng hli ty^ nf I 

music. 

"There are a whole body of folk 
performers who came up at the 
time- I -dId who are really_.not 
performing true folk anymore," he 
says, adding, "The latxU, 'new 
acoustic music' Is put to it for lack 
of a better term. 

Traditional Irish, traditional 
classical and Jazz arc the primary, 
initluences on his music, Proctor 




Chris Proctor IS the 1982 U:S: flngerplcklng champion 



claims. He also soys that a lot of his 
music Is ragtime oriented. 

"It's a hybrid style. It's not 
Michael Jackson league and no- 
body's ' kiddhig ourselves that 
everybody has to hear it;" he says; ■ 



referring to the entire acoustic 
field. "But those who do show up 
and listen, come bock the next 
time." 

The guitarist' says he was a 
• See PROCfTORoo Page Ca-.— 



Funniest 



Jdahoan 
named 



NEW YORK — Showtime, the na- 
tional pay television service, has 
named Andy Morris of Pocatcllo the 
fuimiest person In Idaho. 

The selection was made following a 
coast-to-codst talent search In pursuit* 
of an undiscovered comic talent. All 
~statc-wlnners-wlll-now-vie-Wor-a- 
television appearance as "The Fun- 
niest Person inAmer.ca." 

A celebrity panel comprising 
established' comedians is being 
finalized to select the luitlonal winner. 
Plans coll for the selection of the 
winner in late April, followed by a 
taping in May. 

The search for- "The Funniest 
Pt^r^n tn -AniPrip;i" Tygnn ^" -'"'y 



19S3, at Central Park in New York 
-City .'A- iriotillo-vldeo-productlon~van 
' made its first stop that day on a 
jourTicy-that would take It across the 
country to 16 cities with a final stop in 

Scattle._ _ . ._. 

The von, equipped with television 
production facilities, taped the 
routines of scores of regular people 
for inclusion In the contest. At stops 
along the way, crowds gathered to 
watch and participate as the van 
rested at shopping ccnterti, public 
parks, beaches, amusement parks. 




' Andy Morris of Pocatcllo given title hy 'Showtime' ■ 



C-2 Tlme5^^ows, Twin Falln . tdah o . Frid ay, March 23. 1884 

Caleiidair- 



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132 Third St, W. We tnust receive your DoUce by 
Wednesday aooa topriiU it ia that wedk's "Fiidt^ 
Special." The UsUag In the ealeadar Is Ux!c. but 
events must be open to the public. 



23/Today 

BUSS — TTie Gamblers Dance Band will play ' 
at 9 p.m. at the Y-Inn In Bliss. 

BUSS — A Ugtit-hearted comedy. "Natalie 
-Needs A- NtghtgowDi'-^wUI-be-prasenled at -the 
Bliss School tonlgbt aC 8 p.ni. Admission Is IS for 
adults and )l for students. 

HURLEY — An exhibit of some of the more 
Innovative and fwpiilar forms of fine art posters Is 
being held at ttie Ughtworks Gallery, 12320akley 
In Burley, from 10 a.m. to 6p.m. 

TWIN FALLS — Flre^ountaln, a dance band, 
will ploy at 9 p.m. at the Country Inn In Twin 
Falls. 



TWI N FALLS — Chria Proctor, RUlta rf.'rt and 
tJieTMl ndtio'hal flnger-plcking champion, will 
give a concert at 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, at 
the Renaissance Academy of tho Ajts, SOS Second 
St. B. In Twin Palls. 

■ 30/Friday 

BLISS — The Gamblers Dance Bond will ploy 
at 9 p.ni. at the Y'lim In Bliss. 



Upcoming 



24/Saturday 



BLISS — The Gamblers Dance Band will play 

at9p.m.atlhc Y-InnbiBUs3. 



— BURLEY — ^An-exhiblt-of-Bomo-of- the more 
Innovative & nd popular forms of f Ino art posters Is 
being held at the Ugbtworfcs Gallery. 2232 Ookl^ 
In Burley, from 10 a.in. to 6p.m. 



; Ongoing 

GOODING — Photngraphs by Linda Anthls of 
Twin Falls will tx' displayed through March 31 at 
Jordan's Studio, MC Main St. in Gooding. 

JACKPOT — "Riders In the Sky" wlU perform 
through March 25 at Cactus Pete's I n Jack ppt._ 
The dinner show begins at 8 p;m.,'aiird the cocktail 
show begins at ll p.m. 

KETCHUM — The Images Gjil'cry, at Fourth 
and Leadvllle In Kctchum, is displaying the work 
of nine contemporary realist artists through 
Monday. The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 6 
p.m. dally, and from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. 

KETCHUM — The Sun Valley Center Galleiy, 
at Fourth and LcodvUIe In Ketchum, is displaying 
the of 15 Imprea lonlst artists through 



TWIN FALLS — CompeUUon for the Junior hl^ 
school scholarship finalists will be held at 7:30 
p.m. March 30 and 31 at the Renaissance 
Academyo/Uw Arts, 505 Second Ave. E. In Twin 
Falls. General admission price' wUI be $5 for 
adults, and $1.75 for students with activity cards, 
children under 12, and senior citizens. Cost of a 
family ticket wlUbc$7.50. . - - ^ - - - - 



RUPERT — The Magic Valley Square Dance 
Association will sponsor a square and 'ft)und_ 
"donee at 8 p.ni. Saturday, March 31,"'at the East 
Mlnlco Jimior High School In Rupert. Cloyde 
Murdock of Pocatello will be the caller. . 



Aeademy^seleets 
11 music finalists 

TWIN FALLS — The Renaissance ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fraley, sings 
Academy of the Arts has announced In the O'Leary choir and reeenUy 
Its selection of 11 Maglo Volbw^'-'ot . .oprtrayed Lucy in "Charlie Brown.", 
high students as finalists In iric iaw^wie has studied voice with Marfiha 
JunlorHlgh Music CompetltkHL Mead for two years. 

These 11 students wiU compete In a ' "Mellnda Gilbert, 14-year-oId daugh- . 
two-nl^t concert, Mardi 30 and 31, at ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rulon Gilbert, 
8 p.m. at the academy, 505 Second plays cello in the O'Leary orchestra 

Ave.-E. In Twin Falls. — -and— studies— cello — with— Rick— 

The students will be competing for Strickland, 
scholarships to a summer music Laura Hans<!n,IS-yeaiM)ld daughter 
camp. In all, six scholarships will be of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hansen, at- 
awarded ranging from a J60 first prize tends Wendell High School where she 
t/\nnn)<nM».hia'^»r,H»«- stiidles clarinet" and Is a fifth year 



27/Tuesday 



JEROME — The Magic Volley Singles Square 
Dance Club will hold- a dance at 8 p.m. at the 
■Joromo Catholic-Portib HbU, 216 Second Ave. E. - 
in Jerome. 



28/Wednesday 

BOISE — Gordon Llghtfoot, songwriter and 
Blngcr, will give a concert at 8 p.m. at the Boise 
State Universlly PaviUon. For tlctet Infbrmation, 
coiisss-ssss. 



Mond^Tthe gauerylsopcn from-n-a^m. 
p.m. Monday through Saturday. 

TWIN PAf.!.<i — Thny Mnrtln Pft^nf.»ll« nn't 

Stefanle Dash Marvel of Hailey will display "Clay 
and Fiber" . through April 5 at the Herrctt 
Museum Art Gallery at tlie College of Southern 
Idaho. Museum hours arc 9:30 a.m. to 8 p m 
Tuesdays, 9;30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday 
through Friday, and from 1 p.m. to 4;30 p.m. on 
Saturday. 

WENDELL - Florols hy Joan Wise, and 
Ifindscapes and wcstcrn^orks hy_Emma Col- _ 
~~cm~an and Myrtle Boyd arc on display at the Wise 
Owl Gallery in Wcrtdcll. The- newly-opened 
gallery Is open from lo a.m. to G p.m. Tuesdays 
through Saturdays. 

WENDELL — Paintings by Myrtle Boyd arc on 
display during March at the Idaho First N.itional 
Bank in Wendell. Bank hours are 9:30 a.in. to 5 
p.ni. Monday through Fdday. 



TWIN PALLS — The American Festival 
Ballet's production of "Canalna Burana" will be 
pertormed at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 31, at the 
Pine Arts Center at the College of Southern Idaho. 
The performance Is sponsored by the Twin Foils 
Music Club. Tickets, $5 for adults and S3 for 
students, ate available at Warner Music Co., 
Music Center and Ann's HaUroark. 



— TWIN-FAtLS Tlje-TwIn-Ffllls-HIgh-SchooI- 

D^le club will bold a d^te at 7: 30 p.m . April 4 
at the Renaissance Academy of the Arts. 505 
Seco nd Ave. E . loTwlnEa lls. General a dmission 
wUl'be V5 for adults, and n.75 for students with 



activity cards, senior citizens under 12. Cost of a 
family Ucket wiU be $7:sO. Proceeds wlU be used 
to help with the cost of out-of-town debate trips. 



TWIN FALLS — The Magic Valley Chorale will 
present Its spring concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 
8, at the Fine Arts Center at (he College of 
Southern Idaho. Tbe program will include *;Saint 
Paul" tnr MendelssoUh. Tickets, S2 per person, 
are available at tlie CSI b6olcstore. Tickets will be 
sold at the door. 



Ronnie MUsap will give a concert at 8 
p.m. WednesdQy. April 11, at the Boise State 
University Pavilion. For ticket biformatlon call. 



" to aj20honorable"mentlon. 
The 11 students finalists are: 
Rosanna Boyle, 14-year-oId daugh- 
_t£EjIJiIr. and-Mra. Darwin Boyle ol 
'Twin Falls, Is a student- of iMartha 
Mead, Rosanna studies piano, ballet 
and voice and was recently featured 
In "You're a . Good Man Charlie 
Brown." 

Andy Durham, 12-ycaiw)Id son of 
John and LouArme Durham, is a 
seventh-grader af Vera C. O'Leary 
Junior High School. Andy studies 
violin with Venessa Ryall at the 
academy and Is a member of the 
"Sunshine Singers. ■ 



piano student of Joan Bertus. 

Noele Horton Is a Gcventh-grader at 
O'Leary Junior High. Noel'.s parents 
-are Mr^iand Mrs; Jonies, Horton, She', 
studies piano with Marge Coleman 
and plays viola in the O'L^eary 
orchestra. 

Jason Hauser Is the 13-year-old son 
of Mr. and Mrs, John Hauser.. Jason 
attends O'Leary Junior High -and 
studies voice with Martha Mead and 
has appeared in "Wizard of Oz," 
"Annie," "Carousel" and "Charlie 
Brown." 

DonNel Johnson Is the daughter of 



-Tammy-Egbert7H4-yeart)ld'and-the — Mrrand-Mrsr-Don-Jofi 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kendal seventh-grader at O'Leary ^ Jiihlor 
Egbert, Is a student at O'LeoiyJimlor Hl^. DonNel has studied piano with! 
High Sf ^ool: Sbs s tudies cello with Nina Hamilton and is presently study- 
IQcirsfHckiand and Is Involvcd'with IhgrpROKTWlth Murge eolemanr-Stie- 



plano lessons and school orchestra. 

Maureen Evans, 14-year-old daugh- 
ters Mr. oikI Mrs. Eldon Evans, Is an 
cightb'grader at O'Leary Junior 
High. Maureen has studied piano with 
Jane Ellen Shew for eight years. 

Comilie Fraley. 14-yoarold daugb* 



plays cello in the O'Leary orchestra. 

Melanle Snow, 14-ycar-old daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. -Robert t. Snow,' Is a 
freshman at Gooding High Schcurand 
accompanies the Gooding High 
vdionis and- studies plaao-«1th'AdeIe 
Schubert. : 'tA 



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NEW YORK -.It appears likely 
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"Buffalo BUI," the comedy about 
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- "We have been satlsricd-wlth the 
production of 'Buffalo Bill,' but we 
have not been satisfied with Uic au- 
dlonco levels It has achieved," said 
Brandon Tartllcoffrpre s ld ciiHrf-^lRg- 



''OoIeman's'antagoalBtlc-antt-heror: 
NBC source sold ooasistently low 
ratings have dbiuned tbe duuices of 
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many viewers have actively rejected show's inception that "Buffalo Bill" 

' - ' Buf f aloBm i? . i a rt»nll y.getli n go f ti h e .was_galne_ta.t>o-toO'^iloy~[or-an- 

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zcandidatr ' — ' — '■' — *- 



— "We-f uug l it lur twu - yeure nggggr 
the laugh track." said Jay Torses, 
another co-€3(ecutlve-prTxlucorr"But' 

,.lL'S-a . battJc-that-can't be- won.- Wc- 
tricd to mfnlinfzc It as much as 
possible, but NBC wants iL" 

NBC even Inslsttd on a laugh'track 
for the program's two-partcr on 
atx9rtlon carticr this season—— — 



percent watched "Buffalo BIII"'Bnd 18 ' behavior.' 
percent watched "HIU Street Blues." That's too bad. "Buffalo Bill" is 
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Gut when "Buffalo Bill" began last 
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It had a obnoxiouslyL raucous-ooo. - t»J?<i.™ryj»9dy,«?.^^^ 
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. •Continued from Pa0oCi 
a major reason my gallery Is here," 

sayaSeVem. . 

Kneeland Art Gallery manager 

Katherine GrifllUt agrees with 

Severn. '■ ■ 

"Hiis is a resort community and It 
attracts people who have lelsiue time 
and disposable Income ... art Is a 
""" "luxury that not all can afford. - 

"Out of town custoniers often buy 
' ort as a memento of their trib. I have 
one client who has totally decorated' 
one room In her house with purchases 
made only on sU trips. She calls It her 

ski room and it provides a reminder of . 

a memorable experience," Griffith 
says. 

"People do want art In their lives, 
and that's particularly true here. Do 
you know that more people in this' 

Proctor — 



country attend art related events thon 
pay to see prafcssional ^rts?" she 



i wish the legislature bi Boise 
would put a box In the state Income 

-tax fonnS-Wtllch pwipln fmilH fhwlr If 

they wished to donate a portion of 
their taxes to tha arts. I'd check it and 
I think our legislators v^uld be sur- 
prised at the numtxir of Idaho resi- 
dents who would do likewise. Art Is 
really something the people of this_ 
state wish to 'experience," says Grif- 
fith. . 

"Right now I'm thinking of putting 
■together, a traveling art show,-"-Grif-- 
flth adds. "I could contract for space 
In Crooding, Twin Falls and Burley 
and take a representative sample of 
my Inventory to those areas Uiat don't 
haveeasyacccs-iloannrt gallery." ■ 



"I'm selling dreams; I'm selling 
beauty and creating an emotional 
experience; which occurs when some- 
one Is moved by what they see. Let's 
face It. An artist exposes him or 
- iiprsoit on fpn v"i Of In a .iculpturei, 
and that often generates intense feel- 
ings In those who view that work. 

"Whcther'peoplc buy art or not, the 
cxp.:rlcncc of enjoying art merely by 
viewing it Is something a gallery has 

— to of for at no cost," * 

Arnold Marz, owner of TraU West 
Art Gallery, takes a different 
"approach: "ncaihcTierc bftCause'or" 
. the ski mountian, and since 80 percent 
of my business is done on Uic phone, 
Uic location of my gallery is scc- 
.ondnry to the product I have to offer. 



"As you' can see, my price range 
caters to the collector who views his 
purchasc os no lnve3thient,_\yalk_ln 
traffic results In very few sales," 
Marz soys. The TroUsrWest-Gallety 
gptwinllwa In tiwt^tffp- nnrt wildlife 

art. with an emphasis on bronze 
sculptures, many with price tags In 
the nve-f I^ire category. 

All of the gallery owners cited the. 
Stin Valley Center fOr the Arts and 
llumaalUes _as .a movIng_iorce in 
leering Interest in the arts alive, 
wAine providing enrichment activities 
for eveyone, re sident and— tourist 
'filUtd. ifwy say cultural offerings 
attract people who are Interested hi 
the arts, and the presence , of art 
galleries attract ortisls who need an 
ouUettodlsplaylbeirtalcnL. . 



• Continued from Page CI 

latecomer to the professional music 
worid, and never jiaypd tbe guitar 
until ho was a' eoUege senior aha. 
heard somebody at school pluoUng 
one. 

"I became curious about how 
ahyfoody could moke so many dlf- 
_ ferMit sounds with one instrument," 
h p" says. Even "as late as^ljl^ ~ 
E^roctor says he was not a full-time 
— tfluaici an-but -was- making a living— 
- as a pizza cook at Loiiie's In Ket- 
chum. 

But, for three years now, he soys 
"bo has found-wide acceptance for ■ 
his music all over the country, big 
city and sm^. He says Its harder to 
galii on audience tai tbe larger cities 
at fli^t because the poc^Ie ar* more 
resistant and the promoters are 
somewhat Jaded. 

However, once they show up, they 
enjoy the new sound.'He says the 



small town audiences are, 'vsur'- 
prislnglysoDhistlcalcd." 
"Mcsmei y'jig. Impressive, 
_ buoyant and brcathtaklng,llarabut— 
B few of the terms rpvlewers aioiuid 
the country have used. to describe 
Proctor's talent.,. In fact, the re- 
views have been so overwhelmingly 
In his favor that Proctor says, "I 
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daring oiid laughter of o three-ring 
~ clrcus,.soD"g and daiin favorltes.for. 
-alI-ages-wli!-<xpIode-to-a-coJorftiJ,- 
fast-movlng performance as 
Brlgham Young's Young Am- 
bassadors present America's 
greatest moments In history, Satur- 
day, March 31; at 7 p.m. In the 
. Burlcy HigbgyniDaslui 



Foot stopmln', fast fiddlln' cow- 
"bisyrwiir 'Raise UKTRoof Tonight" 
while' turo or the century romance 
bums bright "In the Good Ole 
Summertime." 



Backed by a live show band, Uils 
10-mcmber troupe makes screen 
and radio personalities come allvc, 
brlnelng bock America's Iwat loved 

-MWS'H medics, the shipwrecked 
crew of "GtUlgan's Island," and 
many more. 

A puff of smoke and a brush of 
magical music will find chimney 
sweeps dancing to "Step fn Time" 

_whilcPlnocchIo nnd other animated, 
friends sing a salute to Disney. 

Internationally popular for mere 
than 13 years, the Young -Am- 
bassadors have performed for au- 
diences In Tahiti. Australia, New 



Zealand and Hawaii, where they 
-performed live for more than 44,000 
people and appeared on radio and 
television- programs _rcnchfng . 5 

■mllllotiothers 

While In Australia, they 
performed for audiences In hospi- 
tals, prisons,- shopping malls, the- 
aters and concert halls, earning the 
praise of the Lord Mayinr of 
Newcastle. A ustralia who said, 
"Not only were we Impressed by 
their musical ■ skill -and 
showmanship, but all who met (hem 
wore touched by their youthlUl exu- 
berance and friendahip." 



Friday, March 23, 1084 Timos-Nowa.TwIn Falls, Idaho C-3 



Knock Wood— witty report 
of actress' youthful years 



By DOLORES BARCLAY 
Tlie Associated Press 

HEW YORK — She was bom the 
dummy's sister — the sweet stripling 
of that munchv redwood rake, Charlie 
McCarthy. 

Candlce Bergen was the golden 
daughter of ventriloquist Ekigar 
Bergen and his wife, FYonccs. She 

-was-a-cclcbrity— child— who-reaped— 
fantasy Christmas presents from 
"Uncle Wnit'.' Disney, but had to 
share licr father with a wooden doll. 

Often Bergen, then the toast of 
radio, sat young Candy and the sassy 
Charlie on either knee, squeezing the 
tjflchs of their necks while they moved 
their mouths. As the improbable 
"brother" and "sister" soundlessly 
conversed with, flapping lips, Bergen 
spoke for both of them. 

It was tough growing up with a 
wooden star who even sat at the 
dinner table. It was tougher still 
idolizing a fattier ^e had trouble 
telling: "I love you." I«ifiS Bergen 
was not able to utter those three 
wonb to her father's fac c until a fe w 
years before his death tn 1978^ 
It has taken her dose to eight years 

-arwrmmbouriier'ooming-of-age-ta- 
hcr new book, "Knock Wood" (The 

'Linden Press, $1S.95J. She began 



Hot records 
for the week 

By The Aasoc! cited Press 

The following are Billboard's hot ro- 
cfird hits ioi tho week ending March 24, 
lOfA as they appear la next week's Inuo 

otBllltiMrdmngaitno. 

HOT SINGLES 

1. '-FodUoosc" Kenny Logglns (Col- 
umbia) 

2. "Soincbody's Watching ■ Me" 

. ItockwelHMcUiwn) 

3. "Jiimp" Van Holcn (WomcrBroa.) 

4. "Here Comca Uic Rain Again" 
EtiryhthmlcslRCA) . 

'5."Glrla Jial Wont to Hove Fun" Cyndl 
LniipcrlPtirtrnll) 

G -'l Wnnl A New Dnig"- Huey Lewis 
and thcNewBlChrysxdls) 

7"A8fllrut All Odds-tTalto-maxilrnt 
Mc Now) ' ' Phil Collins (AUanllc) 

a."Aut*imallc" ' -Pointer- Slslcra 
(Plnnctl _ 

0." Adult' l^ducatlon" Dory] Hall and 
JohnOateslRCA) 

10."Mlis Me Dlind" Culture Oub 
(VlrglB-Eple) 

TOPLPV 

l."Thriller" Mlcha d Jackg on (E|rfcJ 

2, "im*'VuIIalin (Woracr'BmD 

3. ".'J0ollooW" Soundtrack. (0^- 
umbln) ' ■ ■ ~ 

<l."Colour By Numbers'* Culture Club 
(Vlrgln-Eplel 

5. "Ciin't SIdw Down" Uonel-Rlehle 
(Motown). 




writing it when she was 30. 

"This book was freeing," she said In 
ah lnterylcw_at_thQjV^SldeJipart:_ 
ment she shores with her husband, 
filmmalcer Louis Mtdle. "You really 
don't have much to hide after doing it. 
The book begun a process of growing 
up that neverends. 

"The hardest port of my book was 
reckoning the rclationship with iny 
father," she said. "But once you've 
made the commitment, you're honor 
bound to finish it You have to g o 

'Tonvard'dnil'milliaclcwardr*' 

The book, a poignant .and witty 

~iiccount~wrttteirI]{yMlS5~Bergen"lD v- 
llvely and often self-deprecating 
style, has yanked the actress from a 
scIMmposed literary siU>baUcal and 



encouraged her to re-examine acting. ; 

.Rigtit now, after spending two years ' 
doing little else than the book, she ; 
says slie's a lltUe "rusty" about 
acting. 

"I guess the best thing to do is to go 
back to class,"'She said with a sigh. • 
"If I found a class that was small : 
enough and comfortable to be in, I'd ; 
_go, and especially if 1 had n charact er ; 
to work on. That's fun^ You become a . 
detective — stalking people ht the 
city, looking at how they behave, 
listening to accents." 
-..Acting was not the dream that' filled 
Miss Bergen's Beverly Hills nights 
when she was young. Nor was It the 
^di5clpllnc.sb&.wlshcd-to pursue-at-tbe— 
University of Pennsylvania. Candlce • 
Bergen, .show biz royalty, thouglit 
more in terms of gutsy and glam-' 
ourous Brenda Starr: She wonted to 
be a photojoumatlst. 

With her patrician charm . and 
sunswept beauty, modeling was an 
easicrpursult. 

"Brenda Starr was not on the 
syllabus in college." she wi^te In her_ . 



book. "Trils was Ihe East, ' whei^" 
peopl e read Camus,* not coi nica. 

sec, -not live In, and were hard 
besides, like homcwoilc — block and 
white and boring and In French." 



THE MUSIC IS BACK! 

Featuring 

Sweet Country 

^ir 



Friday • Satudday, March 23-24 
9:00 P.M. tc/l:00 A.M 

Jotn (ho (un 

WOODS LOUNGE 

(FormarlythaFImldn) 

1 08 WEST MAIN • JEROME 




LIVE MUSIC 



-Who-dun^its turnhumarous^ 



By CONNIE FLETCHER . 
The Chicago Sm-Tlmes 

. Murder , can be a scream. Mystery 
___wrltera now Inject as much_ humor 
' ' Into theirplots as'UierBfi^liVcKnlh^- 
Writers such as Donald Westlake, 

Slmon-BreU-and-LuoUle-Kallen-dn^bi 

the comic mystery what Charles Ad- 
dams, Edwattl Gorey and Gahan 
Wilson have done for macohre cAr- 
tooris. iryou're up for some ghastly 
smiles and mordant wit, sample some 
of this month's murderously funiiy 

mysteries: '■ — : 

Lucille Kallcn once shared, with 
Woody Allen and Mel Brooks, the 

nnfAriniK writera!„rooiiL for SIrt 

Caesar's '"Y(»n' Show of Shows." Nciw 
Kallon turns out comic mysteries that 
share In the flair and demonic timing 
of classic (Caesar sketches. 

In "C.B. Greenfield and the Piano 
Bird" (Random Hiluse, JlS.ffi), 

KaUen's— fourth- myslcry-featuring- 

eurmudgeonly small-town jiewspapcr 
edito'f " C.B. Greenfield and ' his 
varicosc-velned legperson Maggie 
Rome, Kollen brings Q troubled 
Broadway troupe to a tropical Island. 
On the island tending her sick mother, 
Maggie watches the troupe haggle 
and backstab. Then she finds Thea 
Qulnn, the group's ' gorgeous, ovcr- 
.. sexed .actress, sticking red nnd .dcad 
like some tropical plumage from the 
island underbrush. 

Without debasing the tragedy of the 
murdered girl, Kollen brings off a 
P.O. Wodchousc farce about Show biz, 
punctuated by what Greenlleld ("a 

Seniors' art 
fair, saleset 



man of fossilized hobit") and the 
cynically sensible Rome have to say 
atwut the good-for-a-fcw-laughs 

human race. 

Three-time Edgar nominee (always 



up again, murdered. 

Tessa Crlchton. a guest, handles al! 
this with the aplomb o( long experi- 
ence as an actress with bit ports 
solving murders in reel life. Murder is 



"6."3 p 6rt»"1 I a ey L ew to - a ntHhe-NcwB- 

(Chtysnlli) 
T.'Tjcanilng to Crawl" The Pretenders ~ 

_(S|niJ . . . - _ . . .. . 

e-'Tbudi" siythmlcs (RCA) 
s."5yndin»lelly" The Police (A&M) 
lO."She's So Unusual" Cyndl Laupcr 

< Portrait) 



I 




LOUNGE 

l214thAvo. So., 
TwIn:Falls' 



Live Country Music 

GARY WHITE and 
THEieeUNTRYMEN 



, Tuosdpy th rough Sun doy 



Monday~Nito: Country Bluo 




-tHerrsVCi t, I HiVW Uw Rave» )-Rrt>crfr 

Barnard turns in a uproarious parody sandwiches" level and Tessa explodes. 
«f-fai!ed-pedants-and-crackpot-bu — all-tha- mncnhre f p tf l viHw w it h hir 
reoucrats In "School for Murder" clever, , _acld comments. It's all 
(Scribner's, $12.95). A depressed foe- wickedly cnfcaaliang. 
ulty, dltsy staff and delinquent stii- - One- last, ' non-humorous Mtry^ 



Marchi Mullcr's "Games To Keep 
The Dark Away" (St. Martin's. 
$10.95) featuring, for the fourth tlmc^ 
Hhe^brilIiant-5 corrodasl^ a ron-^Mc- 
Conc. 

This lime McConc, InvcstlgaUjr for 
rpnllng ramri In f«"^'»**"' ""^ — Al l Snii N t ^gn t CooperaUve-ln.San 
ly'end'ferthepolSPn lngiOfthc de cadent -Froncbco, la hired - to- find- -the 
head boy. Barnard's wit moves from a roommate of Abe snelIIngrn"famous 



dent body Inhabit Burleigh School, a 
scml-p(»h prep school for the castoff- 
sons of the near rich. The inmater 
" survi vc on practical "joi 

But the pranks escalate from spik- 
ing the Parent's Day punch to con- 
i.ln.faciieloths andiinal- 



satire on stuffy ruleihongers to a 
desperately black comedy of man- 
ners. This one may go down In history 

OS Bamard'^bcst. 

— iiTho muixlcr- tuts-olrcady— token 
place," reads the invitation to a 
coiuitry house party In Anne MoHcc's 
latest civilized stabt>er, "Murder 
Postdated" (St. MarUn's, ¥I0.9S}. The 
guests never do get JUound to 
socializing.' First the hostess- accuses 
her stepmother of trying to tdll her. 
Then the slcpmothcr suffocates Ih a 
house fire. Then a vanished wife tunis 



photographer. The roomie is a woman 
who drifts thnnigh life like a dL<; 
carded newspaper. McConc Is drawn 
Into the woman's strange past, one 
she barely Inhabited. ana vrtilch .was. 
filled with people who never cared. 
This ' Vnjinan's ~ disappearance "and 
murder ties Into horrors committed at 
a hospice center. 

Mullcr packs this one with vivid 
street scenes; breathing, yearning 
characters, and a plot Ihnt WTCnches 
In thf! snme way ns nn obituary for o 
teon-aEcr. 



TWIN FALLS — Area residents 55 
or over are invited to share their 
creativity at the Senior Art Fair and 

—CharltyAucUoa Ap ri l. 7.i a 

Display of seniors' art work will be 
' featured throughout the week at the 
the Port of Hope Emporium. 126 
Second Ave. S., Twin Falls, with the 
., auction scheduled fori p.m.. April. H... 

Haas Auction Center of Jerome will 
— dohale theeervlcosotanauctioniser: — 

A minimum of 15 per cent of the 
"proceedsAVlll be donated to the charl--: 
ty of the artist's choice. 

There is no entrance fee and seniors 
not wishing to sell their work also are ' 
welcome to display. Art work can be 
brou^t to the Enyportum beginning 
Friday afternoon, April 6, and Will be 
accepted through Wednesday, April 

For more Information call the 
Emporium, 733-2983. 



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BY THE TIME YOU <>, 
GET TO ELKO... 



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C^-tTlms^-Newa, Twin Falls, tdaho Friday, March 23, 1B84 



Wizard of Id 




4 Esclama- 
Itons 

5 Gluts 
G Oangut 

S Bound Dr 
9 Pat'olla 
D'Somomall' 

11 Arduous 
Joumiiy 

12 Vo — 
. Shoppo 

13 Qardoncr'a 

LB MardI — 



The carroU arc so pointy they puncture the 
plastic bags. Such wos the repeated complaint of 
shoppers. -.Growers pBtd heed, stirprislngiy. and 
assigned their researebcra to "Pniject Pointless" 
=.an.eifQrt to.connj up with a ne w strain. yeH your 
produce man. Insist on blunt carrots. 

Around SubicBay in the Philippines, tbc U.S.. 
military men outnumber the licensed ladles of the 
night by 20,000 to 8,ooo. But tbc unlicensed tend to 
make up the difference, J!nUold. . 

After you press the castor oU out of the castor 
plant's seeds, what you have left contolns ricf n, a 
poison 100 times more deadly than cobra V ' 

If that horse Is over 34 Inches tall, It's no 

mlnialure. . „ _ „^ „ -., — . 

— IRLSHCOPPEE - 



moment over the years, he has been to some 
columnists what T.S. Eliot was to some poets — 
the first and finest of his fashion. 

On theWhitc-House groundsare mngnolla'trtes- 
and jnjhe branches of same are several six-foot 
rubber snakes. Scaresnakesi' They" drlviT off 
starlings. Six-foot snakes are worse than 
starlings, you say. No, the birds' - droppings 
damage the root systems of the magnolias. Andy 
Jackson, who planted those trees, wouldn't went 
that. . 



AFFLUENT 



51 Hondquor' 
lers 

52 Unusual 
thing 

53 Apponde 

56 Gold:Sp. 

57 Horse food 



Q. VTloInvehttd Irish corfee? 
A. Credit one Joe Sheridan, chef of the airport 
restaurant at Foynes, Ireland, in 1948. And It was 
the American columnist Stan Delaplane who 
popularized It. .You know Delaplane. At many a 



Who's "affluent"? Economists say you are, if 
- your household takes In more than {923 a week. ' 

In a Paris bank works a teller named Penny 
Wise. That's not noteworthy in France. Nor here, 
either, maybe. Move It. 

Tlat magazine most likely to be stolen from a 
public Ilbary is "Sports Illustrated," research 
reveals. 

If the outdoor tcniporature isn't 40 degrees F 
■ and rising, don't lay brick. Mortar freezes. 

Gel It down for the retibrd: Among- cookies, 
chocolate chip Is No. I.Byfar. 

Address mall to L.H. Boyd la eai« of tbb 
Dewqtaper. 



>aily— Horoseope- 



GENERAL TENDENCIES: This 
** day and evening has some very Intef 
: csting aspects, and If you are 
.- tboraigh into uncovering whatever 
Informatiotfyou desire, it can be used 
^ to great advantage. 

- ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You find 

- opportunities for development today, 
" so seize them quickly. Make sure that 



you think before you speak. 

TAURUS (Apr 30 to May 20} Be 
more wilting to listen to your tnato 
and Improve the relationship, llien 
you can at ease and cony 
through wisely. 

GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You 
want to a fbie Impression on 

another wlthyour plans and Ideas, but' 

< 



bcsurctolistcntohls.orbcrvlews. ' 

MOON CHILDREN^ June22to-July- 

21 } You have fine ideas for Improving 
your woric and should put them In 
motion without delay. Be happy at 
home tonight 

LEO (July 22 to Aug, Zl ) Discuss the 
recreatlotjs you want to get into with 
congenlals In the days ahead and plan 
them. Show devotion (o your mate 
tonight. 

VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Avold 



. mooi sul>jm.i.> In conversing writb f am* 
-tly-tlas-so that .argumenta-wUl-nirt— 
start 19. Invito guests In for the 
evening. 

UBHA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) A good 
day fdr coiK^gunlcaUng well with- 
others, whether In business or ' 
ptsrsonal life. Show that you; are a~ 
go-getter. 

SCORPIO (Oct. 23 toNov. 21) If you 
handle monetary affairs praperiy. 
you can command a greater Inocnne in 
the future. 



SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) 
'Ihink^-^^t you-can do and whom- 
to see- In order to gain your finest 
aims, then full speed ahead. 

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) : 
Good day to plan a new course of 
activity that can extend your present 
Interests, but dont confMe in others. 

AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 tO^F^. 19) Try 
to see as many Individuals you want 
as allies ;in the cbQrs ahead, as you. 
possibly can. Be positive. 



FISCES^^^' ^ to ^'^^{j *^} 

business and get right results today. 
Improve your career by MV' n g on 
more responsibilities. 

IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY, 
he, or she will be one who must be 
taught to tie moro sociable and have 
friends and to reaUze that It is a 
^vo-and-ta)ce world and not good to 
isolate one's self. In this way. your 
progeny can have many c^^Kirtuiiltles 
forsclf-advs 



Friday, Marth 23.1084 Tlnios-Nem, Twin Falls, Iciaho06 



American Film M^rket seemsthTivin^as-argiTjbal bargain 



ByBOBTHmiAS 

The Associ^ed Press 

'LOS ANGELES - Tho lobby of the 
•Hyatt' Hotel on the Sunset Strip once 
again Bounded like a disco party at the 
United Nations. The American Film 
Market was In full swing. 

It was the fourth lime around for 
. -_.?'T'Jft:which has become a significant 
part of the Internationa! movie 
market. It used to be that American 
film companies concentrated their 
selling on the Cannes Film Festival. 

*'That chnngcd In 1980, the year of 
the Big Gouge." says Tim KitUeson. 
the AFM director. "One of our mem- 
bers figured up his costs for exposing 
his product at Cannes, Including 
billboards, screenings, hotel rooms. 
Jet flights, bringing in the star.-make^ 
up man, hairdresser, nanny, etc. The 
■ bUlcameloahalt-mllllondollars." 

Othor independent distributors had 
siipiiar experiences. So nine of them 
got together to form the AFM, at 
which American companies could of- 




What's selling this year? 

"Movie audiences abroad are the 
same as they are here — young," says 
Michael Goldinan. president or AFM, 
"If there is a trend this j-ear. It's the 
teen-age picture, with accent on 
music. The 'Flashdancc* influence Is 
prevalent." 

Gk)ldman Is also head of Manson 
Films, which is selling its owti pro- 
duct, Including a teen-age Item, "Fla- 
dioactlve Dreams." Manson also has 



the prestigious Canadian-made "The 
Grey Fox" and "The Cold Room" 
starring George Segal. The tatter was 
made tor cable TV but will be shown 
overseas. 

The hotel's suites offered a wide 
variety of films. Orion . Pictures dis- 
played onJflrged photos from Its cur- 
rent releases, including "Harry and 
Son" (Paul Ncv.Tnan), '^phwf'. , ii , 
Giong as the Corslcan E!rotKefs"'alia' 
"Thf Falcon and Uie Snowman," 



which Is still in production. 

In another room, there was a 
three-minute "sample reel' of 
"Ghoulles," produced by Charles 
Band. It offers somcUilng for 
everybody: steamy sex scenes, side- 
walk break dancing and a collection of 
animated beastly who Interrupt a 
dinner party by popping out of the 
■r^ — itbcef. 

ine'^FM Is expanding Its horlions 
beyond Uie sell. ^11, sell of American 



movies. ■ — - — - 

"We have been accused of being 
xenophobic by limiting the.markct to 
English-language films," Kittlcson 
said. "This year as an experiment we 
invited foreign companies, and we 
have tjocn showing their product. 
Significantly, they arc from the four 
biggest film markets after the United 
StaK- : - - "onqpjyfrance, Italy and 
Germany.'Tfiei' pay the same fee to 
become mcnibcrs — SJJ.OOO," 



fcr their wares to buyers from all over 
the world. This year the AFM had 
more members (74), more buyers 
(1,200) and high hopes of hlgser sales 
_at_Uic_J. tH lny, fivcnt,— whk^ endcd- 
MarchlG. 

The AFM took over the entire hotal ■ 
for display rooms and living quarters 
for the sellers. Screening were held 
at 19 theaters nearby, then the deals 
were made. Last year they amounted 
to $183 million. 



Turntables turning 

for German-band&-| 



By TAMARA JONES 
The Associated Press 



FRANKFURT, West Germany — 
Prospects for German bands were so 
bleak a few years ago that they had to 
sing in English Just to sell a few 
records In their own country. 

Suddenly, the turntables have 
turned.-/ > , ^ ; , ■? 

Dcc'ddcs after niost of tho world 
bcgdn to. rock, German artists are 

■ filially starling' logroll" as^Tcutonlc 
tunes wend their way to the top of the 
revered American and British pop 
charts. 

That's no small coup for a culture 
whose -music traditionally conjures 
imQges^i>(.i shrill Valkyries, apple- 
cheeked oompah bands and the smoky 
Invitations of Marlcnc Dietrich rasp- 
' ing from the Vlctrola. 

Not even the leader of the pack can 
explain — why— Germans - have- 
penetrated on International market 
— UiarHitmnedthenrtoryearsr: 

't£vicryoneke4^ asking me that 1 1 
have.' no Idea," protests the 24-ycar- 
brd-hltmaker from Hagon who calls 
herself Ncna. "That question Is so 

■ boring." 

' Nena's antl-wor "99 Luftballons" Is 
the most successful of the German 
exports. The single, with an English 
Ve rsion . "99Jlcd Balloons" on tho flip 
sTdeTsbared to theUo. I spot on record 
cboct&JEhTthc.UallM.States and.'Bii:... 
tain. - 
Peter . SchlUlng's "Voelllg 

Losgeloest,'.'... a. .takeoff._on David 

Bowle'f "Major Tom," has also 

— trluhitjhed flBWaa. U 
weeks on tho BUlboard chart, 
peaked at No. 14. ' 

■ — if was the-NomoMBiiTTVesr 
Germany for 1983, and enioyed popu- 
larity In other European countries as 
well. , 

The'Engllsh version of Schilling's 




-Bv-the Associate d Press 



album, "Error in System," has been 
on the American charts for more than 
20 weeks, peoklng Ui eist place. 

Both Nena and Schilling aie waiting 
for a second big hit in the States 
before embarking on tours. Trio, a 
popular_minimallst-rock_ group, has 
already op^'iedfoFJoe Jackson. 
...And whil e Nena Insists It's "c razy to 
always search for expIonaCions,"' 
others have a few. 

"The -reason this . didn't happen, 
twforc Is lx^cause the standard and 
quality of German musle haven't t>een 
very good until now," said Frank 
Dietrich, International manager for 
WEA Records Ltd. In Hamburg, 
which handles Schilling. 

Although the group Kradwcrk 
scored aliit moxc than a decade ago 
with- "Autobahn," the real-luiidng- 
IMlnt was the German New Wave 
"explosion" around four years ago, he 

-said.— " 

t hat, everybody was ju-st 
copying the latest American andBrlF 1 
Ish trends; we lacked Individuality." 
_ JtOOlCfO ly. . the German New Wa v c _ 
movement found success abroad Jiisl 
as It was dying at home. 

Ourlog the New/- Wave heyday,- "W 
to 70 percent ol the German chart was 
dominated bv German products. 




mm CIBEMB- 
iM3 CINEMA 



DAILY 7:00-9:10 
SAT. -SUN, 12:30-2:40-4:50-7:00-9:10 



Family Matinee! 

TOM SELLECK- 

^ HlG»- 1 
ROADlbl 



Following Is a list ot the current 
best-selling books: 
-, .^Elction 

" i: "The Aq'ti^Ttrfiw-rngression/'- 
Robert Ludlum 

2. "Pet Sematary." Stephen King • 

3. "Who Killed The Robins Faml- 
■ ly?," Adier & Chnstajn 

4. ^'Smart W omen," J udy Blume 
:: ,5. "Poliiifd;". James Mlchcner„ 

6. "Lord of the Dance," Andrew 
' Greeley " 

,7. "Almost Paradise," Susan Isaacs 
a; "Unto This Hour," Tom Wicker" ' 
0. "The Story Of Henri ^Todd," 
. , .WlUlam Buckley Jr. 
i: 10. "One Police Plnza," William 

: "caunitz ; - - 



NON-ncnoN 

— L-'iMDUiertwod." Erma Ik)mt>eck 
.2..'.'N0thhi'g :D6«n;'^Robc^t Alien-r- 
3. "TlMigb Times Never Last, But 
Tough.F^^cDo,"RobcriSdiul!er.. ^ , 
-•.:-";,xi?afij»?ond Shadows,- -JoSejJh- 
Wambaugh 

5. "Mayor," Edward I. Koch 

6. "In Search of Excellence," 
Peters and Wntcmian 

7. "Weight Watchers' Fas t and - 
■FabulOOSCookbook'" ^ 




\ Deauiiiui " . 

k like s !i>Tnphnn>': 

ir you lliink 
somvonc- vise is scnrinj;. 



CiAILY 7:30-9:30 -SAT. 5:30-7:30.9;30 
SUN, 1:30-3:30*S:30-7:30'9:30 



'Putting The One Minute Manag- 
er To Work," Bolonchard andLorl>cr 

9. "The Omega Strategy," William 
'Montapert 

10. "Secds Of Greatness," Denis 
WaiUcy 

(Courtesy otTlme, the weekly news 

magozliiej . - • - .. 



From the author of CARRIE . 

THESHmiNQ, . 
THE DEAD zone, 
— andCMRISTiriEviT 



What-ari Institution!- 



W CINEMA 



DAILY 7:25-9:20 
SAT. -SUN. l:40-3:05-5:30-7;25-S 



"HERE'S THE COMEDY 
CATCH OF THE YEARr 

lt'9-f he best time to be had at 
the-movies since-TootsieT^-^ 



Peler Travers. PEOPLE MAGAZINE 




Tho Anya mi Ihk fiirl shuHnl up naked al Ihetilaluc uf LilRTty. 

Fur Alan Bauer, it WOK lave al firvtsifihL 
\uw, n-en(«ie is chisinfi her... 
in'iwf. tu prove she's a mennaid. 

V Knm llie first !.it^, 

joull be hooked! 



Tho bosi 
comody of 
the year." 
— ■ Gary Franklin, 
KNXT-rv 

"A refrestiing 
-treau 



losc impulse Ol 
lo have 50X, and thon go on a 



a surprisingly 
poignant 
comody ... if 

Bo Dorok; — 

rotod □ 10. 
ihon Daryl 
Hannah rates 
at loast a 20". 
— Kalhlovn 

Cm toll. 
■NrY-DAIL-Y-NEWS-^ 
ovIq about Q 
Wis", tirst." 



BRING THE FAMILTI 

CACTUS PETE'S HAS 
GAMES FOR All AGES... 
YOUR KIDS Will LOVE OUR VIDEO 
CENTER AND GAME ROOM 



sproQ at Bloomingdolo's? ... 

A movie about a mermaid has to be funny 
or sexy, or both. 'Splash' is both." _ 

— David Elliott. USA TODA Y 

DAILY 7:t)5-9;15 
SAT.-SUN. 12:35-2:45-4:5S-7:05-9: 



tmi CINEMA 



GflTtmwi-Newa.TwIn Fallo. Idaho Friday, March 23, 1964 

Nearer the altar _ 
the older he^rows 




DEAR ABBV: I'm confused. I am a 
22-yeaixiId woman engaged to be 
' married.butberoisthoprot)lem: 

When we met, he saJd he was 37. A 
few months later he confessed that he 
was 42. A month ago, when be asked 
me to marry him, I hesltalcd because . 
of the 2»-year difference In our ages, 
but I decided to marry him anyway 
. because I really cared for him. 

Vesterday I found out his real age: 
He's49-SMntobe50! 

What Should I do? 

— WONDERING 
DEAR WONDERING: The Impor- 
tant issue here Is not so much his 
"real" nge, ns his real character. 
He's not honest. If he gets to 55, sell. 

DEAR ABBY: I am 30 years old. 
My husband Is 34. We've been mar- 
— )x\gA for six years: My husband's Job 
■"^^^nlSmlres him to travel occasionally. 
^ A few days after his lost trip he 
asked mo If I had written on the 
- bottoms Of his shoesi I said no. After 
carefully studying the fading writing, 
.. 1 deciphered it to read, "Ed was here 
and (uijoycd every minute of It." I 
couldn't read the rest of It very well, 

but made this ou t: "I'U never forget 

the fun we tied slam daiicing at The 
Mission. Thanks for the memories. 
Lovealways, Maurice." 

My husband swears ujwnd down ho- 

docsn't know how the writing got 
there. I maintain that shoes are cither 
on one's feet or In the closet. I also 
called long-distance to the city where 
my husband had been, and there l5 a . . 
lounge named The Mission. Also, the 
wrItUig was on the instep where it 
would not bo apt to wear off like it 
would If It were written on the ball of 

theshoe;- : 

What do you think? Should J be 
suspicious? 

—SUSPICIOUS 





Abigail 




VanBuren 




Dear Abby 



DEAR SUSPICIOUS: You say your 
husband asked you if you had written 
on the bottoms of his shoes. Had he 
been guilty of any wrongdoing, he 
would not have called your attention 
to it. Write it off as the work of a 
jpractlcal joker. 

DEAR ABBY: After about 1,000 
attempts, my wife end I finally quit 
smoking 20 years ago. Much to my 
sorrow, I recently discovered that she 
has been smoking behind my back. 

Our four grown children are hope- 
lessly hooked on cigarettes, and when 
they visit us, the house Is blue with 
smoke. I have asked them repeatedly 
not' to snioke In the house, but my 
requests have been Ignored. 

I'm on heart medication,- but I've 
never used thai fact as an obJecUoo lo 
theirsmoking around me. 

As a "solution," my wife bought u 
smal l air (liter gadget, which IsatMut 
as offectlve' os on eyearoppcr In il 
forest fire. 

What options con you offer the man 
of the house? 

— SMOKED OUT 
- DEAR SMOKED OUT: Tell your" ■ 
children that you arc on heart medi- 
cation and cannot tolerate smoke In 
your home. If they Ignore your re- 
quest, show .them the.doQCjSnd.tell 
them if they wont to sec their father, 
you'll bo glad to meet them in a park 
sometime. 



Classified index 



Announcements 



Real estate 



001 Florists 

002 Lost & found 

003 Announcomonls 

004 Special nollcoa 

005 Momorlal nollcos 

006 Porsonals 



^ Selected Offers 

007 Jobs of Intorost 
003 Sales people 
009F:nploymonlagoncios 
010 Prolosslonal sorvlcos 

015 Babysitters 

016 Situations wanted 

017 Business opportunities 
016 Income property 

020 Monoy to loan 

021 Monoy wanted 
023 Investmont 

025 In&trucllon 

026 Music lossons 



029 Open houses 

030 Homoa foraaio 

' 031 Out-oMown homes 

032 Buhl-Rlor homos 

033 KImbdrly-Hanson homos 
- 034 Jerome homoa 

036 RenroQtalo wanted 
■ 037 Farms & ranches . 
036 Acroogo & tols 
039 Business property 
O^OComelory lols 

043 Vacation property 

044 Condominiums for sale 

045 Mobile homos for sale 



IS 



Rentals 



050 Furnished houses 

051 Unfurnished houses 

052 Furn. apis. & duplexos 

. 054 Unfurn. opts. & duplexes 
056 Rooms (or rent 



057 Rental mobilo homos 

058 OIIIco & business rental 

059 Condominiums for ront 
061 Garaoo rentals 

063 Wanted to rent 

065 Tourist and traitor ronlal 

066 Mobile homo space 

~ O'Hercharidlae 

OSZMIsc. for sale 
OGSCompulorQ 
069 Csmora equipment 
oro Wanted to buy 

071 Shoos and clothing 

072 Antiques. 

074 Musical instruments 
07e01liceoaulpmont 

077 Radios. TVs & stereos 

078 Furnlluro& carpels 

079 Appliances 

OSO Heating & air cond. ■ 
082 Building materials 
■' 083 GaraQe sales 
OSS FiroMOOd 
087 Plants & trees 



088 Variety foods 

090 Pots & pot supplies 

092 Auctions 

^3 Farmers' market 

095 Fertlllzor&top soil 

096 Farm seed 
097Hay, grains food 
098 Farms for rent 

■ 099 Pasluros for rent - - 

100 Livestock wanted 

101 Animal brooding 
. 102CaltJo- 



104Horso3 
105 Horse equipment 
lOeSwIno 
108 Sheep 

110 Poultry Si rabbits 
112 Irrigation 

t13 Farms & ranch supplies 

114 Farm Implements 

115 Farm work wanted 

CI Recreational 

120 Aviation 

121 Boats & marine lloms 
122Spoi1ing goods - 

123 Skiing equipment 

124 Snow vehicles 



125Travel trailers 
izecampors 8. shells 
127Motorhomo3 
126UllMly trailers 

^ Automotive 

131 Auto service 

132 Auto parts & accossorlos- 

133 Autos wanted 

134 Autos forroni 
135Cyclos&dupplles 

135 Heavy equipment 
140 Trucks 

— Ht-Vart9 ' 

142 Import sports cars 

146 4-whoel drives 

146 Antique autos 

149AulOS — AMC 

152 Autos — Buick 

184 Autos — Cadillac 
. 166AUIOS — Chrysler 

158 Autos — Chevrolet 

180 Autos — Dodge 

162 Autos — Ford 

186 Autos — Lincoln-Mercury 

188 Autos — Oldsmobllo 

172 Autos — Ponllac 

173 Autos — Plymouth 
J74Aa^p3 — Other -r^ 
175Aulodaalors 

340 Business directory 



_LEGALJ1QJ1.CE 

Notice is hereby given 
that |ho listed convey- 
ances wore seized for 
violation of 8 U.S.C. 1324 

lb). 

1. 1978 Ford F'250 
Pickup. . VIN: 
F2SYFfD48222 all 1:00 AM 
on 3-13-84 at Twin Falls, 
Idaho. Seizure f: NR 
274-8874TFI), 

2. ■ ■ 196B CJiowolol 
Comoro. 



-LEGAL-NOTICE— OOa-Lort*Fouf>d- 



Idaho, on this 13lh davot 
March, 1984. 
James Munn 
Sheriff ot Twin Falls 
County, Idaho. 
PUBLISH; Friday, March 
16,23and30, 1984. 



Writing courses at JeronriG 



JEnOME — Jillyn Moon will In- 
Gtmct a six-week course in Chauncery.. 
cursive and old English writing 
tiegiiming Tuesday at7p.m. atCorrell 
Photo in Jerome. 

:-^.Other.-workshopaVplaDhedJnclude- 
; watercolor on Mondays; at 7 p.m., 
- beginning April 9. taught. .by ..Roy 
■_ Mason; tole painting on Tuesdays, 



taught by Bonnie Kersey; oil land- 
scapes, beginning April , 2, Emma 
Coleman; three day painting 
woritshop April 23-25 by Ijirry 
MlUigan, a professionitl itrllst with 

.studios at ObaidlonondCliallis. 

For more Information call CorrcH 
Photo. 324-248fl or Donnn Flala. 321- 
4072 evening.";. 



1233761339207 al 10:00 
AM on 3-14-84 al Jerome, 
Idaho, Seizure *\ NR 
274.886 (TFl). 

3, 1977 BulC Renal 
Landou. VIN: 
4J57R721 17247 at 8:30 AM 
on-3.17-8d-al-Hollisler, . 
Idaho. Seizure «: NR 
274-889 (TFl), 
Any person desiring lo 
ilQco this mailer in Iho 



Now thru March 25 A Very Special 
Show on the Gala Room Stage!. . . ... 



FnUER S I N 




Like- the-Sons of the Pioneers, these, ttirae. 



versatile-young-muslelans-eapture- perfectly- 
the high tenor cheerfulness of the cowpokes 
of the Saturday m atinee. Blending 
tReir own songs with muslc from a ^ 
bygone era and addingj generous V 
helping of Texas-style fiddling, this trio 
pre sents a show you won't want to miss. 



COMING ATTRACTIONS 



BIflCO I.. _ . . 

;SF-Oistricl-GOUfl- 
order lo conlosi ino 
probable cause lor such 
.mlzuro, rnuGl lito wtih 
the Rocjional Conimij- 
aionef. Imminrallon and 
Naluralizailon Sntvicp. 
U.S. Border Patrol. P.O. 
Box 112. Havre. Man- 
tana. 59501, a claim coL^t 
bond of $250.00 with 
approved surclics on oi 
beipro _ April 11, *"'" 



JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF 
THE STATE OF IDAHO. 
IN AND FOR THE TWIN 
FALLS COUNTY 
LYNN CULBERTSON 
AKA/LYNN EMERY 

Plainiifl 

V8 

ROBERTO. EMERY 

DulondanI 
NOTICE OF 
SHERIFF'S SALE 
Under and by virtue ol 
an Execullon issued out 



n-^^f— Ihe-obovo - 



FOUND: Block cfao. 
Sawtooth school oroa. Coll 
733-414 3. 

JEROME DOG LOG 

AVAILABLE FOU 
ADOPTION 
Hours Mon-Frl 
12;30an)-(:3apm. 

' 1. Female Gorman Shopho'd 
X,7monlns: 

2, Female apoyod Lot), floto, 
Syoors, 

3, Male noulorod Gluo Hollot 
X.Syoars. 

A. Fomalo Auslrollan Stioi>- 
herd, lyoor. , 

X MEANS CROSSBRED 

SiiDliar loeolod on 1 mlla 
won) toad, uso tho ontronco 
to sowor plont across IhD 
road (fom KAUT Rndlo. 19W 
Doo iiconaofl mav now bo 
putchosDd ol rrio City Wolar 
-Olllce. 



Other wrs'c' lhc pr'o'porly 
will bo adminintraiiuoly 
foflpited pursuant lo 8 
U.S.C. 132-1 (b) and wilt 
be rfiapoyed ol accotd- 
- Infl— to— law, - Intefested 

~n.Trt10TTiTiiy~tiHrpGtiitDns" 
tor remlsslon or mlllga^ 
Hon ol (orlGiturc with the 

-Regionai-Commlssion,or' 
pursuant lo 8 U.S.C. 132'1 
fbl and 8 CF.R. mi • 
.274.16, without fllino 
claim and cosibond. 
Michaels. Williams, 
Chief Patrol Agent 
Date r«1archig,ig64, 
PUBLISH: Friday, March 



Court, In Iho above on- 
tillod aclion.-datod |ho- 
25th_ day of- January. 
■\9Bi, wherein the plain- 
tiff obtainod a iuclomonl 
against the) dolondant 
fnoiln, on tho 9lh day ol 
Docombor. 1983. lor Iho 
sum o( 11.807.90, I h.ivo 
levied upon all Iho righl, 
- - - title, interest and claim 
198 ^, of s aid dofondan t. of. in 



LOST: Snoko flwor oomoon 
Scout Camp noucri and 
Clonr LaKoa Grade. Rod 
Bono Hound and Wnlhor 
Hound-bom lomalo, Rowora 
otrocod. C o11:B3?-4Bia. 
THREE SUtTCASES lost be- 
twoon BURLEY and TWIN 
FALLS. Ono largo and 
nroon: two small suilcasos,.. 
Plonnn phom: 070-2966. 



-nd-tb-the-followmfl-tiB— 
surlbod' REAL PRO- 

PERTY. to-wll 

TWIN 'FALLS FIVE 
POINTS - ADDITION. 

- -EAST-AO FOOT.-LOT- 4, 

" — BuocicsrcouNTror- 

~TW1N FALLS, "STATE 
OF IDAHO, ALSO 

—KNOWN— AS 16S- 

AUSTIN, TWIN FALLS, 
IDAHO. • 
PUBLIC NOTICE IS 
HEREBY GIVEN: That on 
the 13th day ol April, 
1984, at Iho hour ol 2:00 
o'clock P,M., Mountain 
Timq, of oald dovi^at Iho 



OCO— Announcomonls 



puhusm: priaay. Marcn iimq. of oald doy, at iho 
j3r-Tnurfliiayr:Marcm29 — e"AST"Fhont"DOOR'OF 

ond Thursdoy, April 5, THE TWIN FALLS 
COUNTY. COURT- 
HOUSE. LOCATED AT- 
THE DISTRICT j 25_SHQSHQNE STREET 
__ FIFIH -.M - 



A TRAIMENG CLASS Jn a 
body c'oanaino diol. Rollon- 
olaav-& Ilght-color lo hola 
Itio tody nDnl IlaolLol. tm-__ 

idlvldual3 ol- al[-.aaov— 
Doyllmc Of ovonino cluosos, 
Mon-Sol, If Inloroaiod call 

■ BZ9-Se?7rHKPitQn. — 

THE 8th ANNUAL Anilquo 
Solo & FIOQ Markol, Morch 2* ^ 
& 25, 8oal Waslorn Burloy 
Inn, Sat 9-7, Sun 'IM, Ad- 
mission SI, procoodawlli go 
lo support Iho 'community. 
Sponsor is tho SoiopUmlil. 
i cHqfnational.o.l.Burioyi 

"COS^MomoTWNo'tlbM 



THE ACES' 



BOBBY WOLFr 



JUDICIAL Dlbi 

THE STATE OF IDAHO, 
IN' AND FOR THE 
COUNTY OF TWIN 

-FALLSj- - MAGISTRATE- 
OIVISION 

-STATEWIDE— -COLLEC- 
TIONS, INC. 

Plain 11 insr 



.■.f*4pRTH.-TW.IW: 



^-ALCOHOUGS- 



Dear Mr. Wolfr: 
if declarer touches a card 
in duijimy, is \L a played card? 
■-WhafifThetouchcs-morethan-- 
one card? 

Itchy Ktaicri. Sllloelt, Okia, 

ANSWER: The laws slate 
thai a card in dummy must be 
played if it is deliberately 
touched by declarer except 
for the purpose of arranging 
dummy's cards or of reaching 
(or a card above or below the 
card or cards touched. To 
avoid controversy, a declarer 
— aIiould-always~say— i:arrang«_ 
infi" (or something similar)" 
wlien lie lourlios-a-card-ln— 
. dummy tli;il he dOOS not 
int»;n<l lo [il.iy. , 

Dear Mr. Wolff: - 

I double one spade for 
takeout, I.IIO bids two Hpades 
and partner doubles, Isn't. this 
a penalty double? 

Wlib OvcriHek, llcmri, Cilll. 

ANSWER: In slundard 

- bridge the double is for penal- 
ties: p.irtncr Hhould have 
cxf»?Hoiit spadcH,-Some-niod-- 

- <T'l Pli '^*^''''''l^t'~'''~^'^'"'''"^'"" — 
—oaHed-^rc9ponni VP- double;;," 
■ Within these partnerships. thL- 
— double- is~-ru!ipaitslvc." i.c.-iL - 

announces. a willingness to 

compete rather than a desire 
._tD punish the opponents... 
Dear Mr. Wolff:' 
We play unusual no-trump 

ovcrcalls for minors,' typically 

, , a . highly distributionaL-hand — send-bridr-quMttDni-w The Amr- 

with little defense. I know thc._^.u]. Bok luu, DslUi, Tcxbi mii, 

convention applies after a suit with Kll'iddrttted. damped tnvdope 

bid, but what if RHO opens 'or reply. 

one no-trump? Is a two no- c«pjri»hi ibi4 



trump bid still "unusual?" 

Ui( Mlnon, Slllwfit, OkIa, 

' ANSWIillV r Clin ■thlnOr'noT 
other bid that would be more 
unusual than a no-trump over- 
call of an opening no-trump 
bid. Yes. tho unusual rio- 
trump applies whether tlic 
opcnitiR Is in a suit or in no- 
trump. 

Deiir Mr. Wolff: 
Whiin sliould Blackwood 
acc-asking be used instead of 
Gcrbcracc-asklng? 

ANSWER: To avoid confu-_ 

sion, 1 suggest a, partnership's 
U.SC of the four-club Gcrber 
convention to ask for aces 
whenever ilic first or last bid 
by llu- p.irlncriihip biis been in 
no-lrump liUickwood is used 
in all other cases. 
DearMr. Wolff: 

Docs a' _t.w.o-av.cr.-on<: — 
response in a new '.suit by an 
unpaK.sc[t liiind promise anolh-. 
er bid rcg.irdlc.ss of -opener's 
. robid? 

\nppri OiirpkTv.'n«1tlW0»:Mll.-" 

AN.SWKil: Some agree to 

play..n_LivuovCr.!OnCJilkCQat — 
as forcing to game; others 
agree to make .mother hid. In 
a standard system, another 
bid Is likely, but no guaran- 
tees are issued if opener 
makcsa minimum- rebid. 



Coonly ol twin ~Falii,' 
Slalo ol Idahq, I will. In 
obodlanco (O said OrdOf 
. of Salo. 30ll at pdblic 

"hrddor" id? ca.°h Si " <" »'.""'' ""."a qWral farm h.~nd wim 

bidder lor ^^^f'. 0X"J--»"iUtr72£» 



.O07-Jobiollntefert_ 



— vg— 



ACCIE J. CAMPBELL 
AND MARY 

CAMPBELL;* PERTY lo satlsly 

Husband and Wile judgment togelher with 

- Delendanl-jSi — alt-costa ll m t havp-ac;^ 

NOTICE OF cruod or may accrue. 

SHERIFF'S SALE Dated at Twin Falls, 

Under and tjy viruto ol Idaho, on ihis 121h day ol 



DO. TO flxlenalra traral out 
of BiBto, will soil 11 monin 
■ . ,. j_ Bun tan aoaalons i 8 monlfi__niiacrlonca 
. ,onoy" ot" tho United momborahlo ol Tho Fllneas tractor work. Hohion iroa, 

Slnte3,jilM9h;,Ji!lo,ln^.^Centp^^^^^^ Rap:; 

torost and^ claim of tho ad. CnTTmrSim^ ^t"„";?' J •^^uj="' TrmoB_ 

abovO'namOd'dofondani; Going Ihrbugh chonoos??? Nowa, Bok MflTTwln'Fana. 
of. In and to the above. Proloaolonal. prlvoio ihoro- HOME STEREO A VIDEO 
described REAL PRO- DynvnlintHo.n4-5<fl9. oloclronlc lochnlclan. full 

time, 



007— Jobsorinlerasl 



riZ-SECRET^ 
BOX NUMBERS 

The Timoa-Nowa cannot 



- 007-Jobe of tnHTMl - 

_^Secrotary-BookkoopBr. 1-3 
days a wook,~tK)oki(Beplna & 
tvplno akills roQuIrod. for 
-fntorvlew coll 73MMe4 Mk - 

■ "l or Dan: — 

TEACH COHMUNrn' 
HEALTH NURSINQ IN TWIN 
FAll£ aa a part ol l,S,U's 



March 26-April 1 : 

THE LINKS 

Back by popular de- 
mand, these talented 
musicians are, as 
aiways, a -pleasure 
to listen to. 




Coming Soon: THE LELANDS 



an Execution issued out 
of Iho above enlillod 
Court, in the above en- 
titled action, dated the 
3lxth day of fvlarch, 19S4, 
wherein tho plalntiff ob- 
tained a' iudgmont 
agtiinst tho defondam S 
horoln, on the Twonly- 
olght day of f^ebruary, 
"16W; "lor Ihe sum of 
SB36.15. I have levied 
upon all tho right, lll'o. 
inlorost and claim ol said 
dolond&nl. of. In and to 
tho lollowing described, 
to-wll: 
INSIDE S 188.57- OF S 
632.85' OF TAX 1296 SE 
XSW and SECTION 22. 
TOWNSHIP 10. RANGE 
- 17- WILLOW .SOUTH,. 
CITY OF TWIN FALLS, 
— COUNTY OF " 
FALLS. IDAHO 

- - PUBLIC NOTICE-IS 

- HEREBY- GIVEN: .Thal-on. 
tho 12th day of April. 
198-1, al tho hour ol 11:50 
D'cloek. A.M—.Mountaj 



fi^arch, 1984. 
James Munn. 
Sheriff ol Twin Falls 
County. Idaho. 
PUBLISH: Friday, March_ 
16,23and30,ie8'l. 



Announc e ments 



002-LO Btt Found 

CHECK DAILY 
FOR CURRENT 
HOUND POUND 
. NEWS" 

BUY&WEARAUFETIME 

LICENSE 

FOUND DOGS 

TWIN — NOW ATTHE TWIN FALLS- 
ANIMAL SH E LTER 
- LOCATED: 13BaTH AVE. W. 

l7Lnb:malo,-t)lackr— 

2. PliaullLobX. malo.tjinck. 

3. Shophord, malo, black & 



- "iSmK^ bSlfoll1fl.°*Sond .To'pllo'a \a _dlacloae JhpJdonl|ly^ny R>^ 

-AT'robtoJ^TOmi,laTi^Bo«.M7^;o-T.mo.-N.«.^d^^^ 
whon ahorod. Menial Hoalin """'^ Ti-inFnii 
Asaoclatlcn. 9pm lo7am. 

HYPNOSIS 

Con hoip you. Tobacco., 
welQht. Impoloncy. siroaa. 
Call John nnyllmo 32i-m\ 
KfTS: DIVORCE, 
BANKRUPTCY. 734-0187 al- 
-i BrnoonB, ovoB., wknda. - 
Lo30 10-70 pounita per 
month. All natural proaram. 
Cal l S43-4W. 



Box 548. Twin Falla. ID 63301. 

I Hieo - HELP 

Companion (or Invalid wllo. 
No lllllno. Uotil 
nouaokoopino and cooXIng. 
Prolor llvo-ln. Salary apon. 
Bill Chapman: 734-7ZS7: 140 
Jackaon. Twin Falla. 



10-30 pounds por cVrErjTrFiC AIDE U ol I 
, A„ n„..un. nronr»m. SCIENTIFIC AIDE.^^U ^oM 

Conlor, Twin Falls, Aaslat In 

PBEQNANCYHOTUNE planning & Implomonllno 
ml? Wood holp7-Call -Wo«t conlrol roiwrchl '"'- 



numOor. Kownvor, roadora 
Intoroaled In a poaltlon ol- 
forod, but doalrlng lo cvold 
aending a roauma to corlain 
companloa can do ao by 
oddroaaina your roply lo iho 
box numbor & ptaclno II In an 
onvolopo oddroaaod 'lo: 
Claaalllod Advortlaino Man- 
aaor...Tha.Tlma3-Naws..P0- 
BOX S48. Twin Falla, 1063101, 



loodod lo leach 
theory and clinical course 
tall lsSr."M,S. In nursing 
ruqulrud. Send roaumo' to 
Or. - -EllzBbetIf - fllchola, 
Chalrporoon, Oapanmonl ol 
Nuralng. Idoho Stale Unl- 
voraltv, Pocalollo, ID 63209. 
Open until (Iliad. Equal Op- 
.jiortunllvEmDlovor.. .. 



In Aprleullural roliiod 

(loid with plant seioneo 
omphoala .required. For 
moro information, Contael 



olong with a nolo Haling itiD Tolephono Solet, No expi^ 
companloa you do not want iloncn noeosaary. Earn us to 
your reply lo rooeh. II tlio 15 por hour. Call: 734450Z. 
advonisor Is.anyono on your WANTED: EXPERIENCED 
-dootroy-your— syphon-tubeirrlgilor.-CALLr- 
ilU'--- 



I Selected offers Dr. sieve DowovTsi-seM, 



— 007— Job3 of Inleresl 

BABYSITTER NEEDED. 3 

woll mannorod . chlldron, 
- ngonS 46. Cnl 1432 -5570. . 

CUSTOM APPLICATOR 
— wonlod.-Must - havo-oxpoi I- 

onco with application ot 
- criomlcal3 & sblilly.lo obtain 

a ticonso lor auch. Only 
— inoae — rit'oI'"«'f~na«J— lo — 



007-Job8otlntefB>t 



r oolvorrcturnlllovi 
Room and board for an older 
lady In our lovoly homo. T.v. . 
ana phono in room, Roaaon- 
abio rato. 734-71 38, 



OO7-T>'obsoflnt0re6t 



i4B4. 




"~Timo. of.2alcl day. at the 
TWIN FALLS COUNTY 
COURTHOUSE. 
LOCATED AT 425 
SHOSHONE STREET 
NORTH. TWIN FALLS. 
Counly cf Twin Falls. 

-Slala 



4, Coyolo Shopord -X, 
(omalo. brown & while. 

5. Australian Shophaid X, 
lomalo, browns, black. 

G. Poodio X. lomale. while. 

7. Lab. malo, black. 

8. Dingo X. malo. gray. 

0. Shophord. lomnjo. tan. 



tary wltf 



obodlenco to said Order 
of Salo. soli at public 
auction to tho highosl 
bidder lor cash. lawlul 
monoy of the Unlled 
Stales, all rinht. llllo, in- 
torost and claim ol Ihe 
above named delendani 
S, of, In and to Iho above 
described REAL PRO- 
PERTY 10 salisly said 
Judgment together with 
all costs lhal have ac- 
crued or may accrue. 
Dalod at Twin Falls, 



Hours 5 to 7pm only 
Monday, thru Friday " 
Call 73348600x1264 

BOCQUSO Dogs oro biought 
In ovory hour and SOLD or 
DESTROYED attor 4fl houo. , 
ploaao call orvlalt Ihe pound 
dolly to chock wholhor your 
pot has boon picked up. Thla 
la not on up-lo-dalo Hal, 
Mixod doga aio hard to do- 
ocribo, como lo tho pound lo 
ooo If your pot Is thoro. 
Como and pIcK out a puppy 
or full growo dop- Ihoy 
would lovo to havo a homo. 



shorlhond and 
lyp'ma akiIl3rCal1-733-5103r 
Mr. Mo2iotla or Mr. Brldgoa. 
Cactus Polo'8 Inc., Jaclipol. 
Novacta. ' 

FARM HELP WANTED. 
Mu3t novo experlonce In Ir- 
ligation, tractor work & cat- 
-TIo~nnlDrcncoT ■loguid 
Hanaon sroo. Call 4I3-4i 
B tior Bprri or bolorn flam. 



734 



FARM - SUPERVISOR 
NEEDED. Mu3l bo lamlllat 
with contor-plvot-lrrlgatlon. 
Potato plonilng and 
harvoating. Live on Farm, 
Small, 2 bedroom house 
avallablo. Ploose writo your 
quallllcatlons. andlnolllnom 
lo mo al ni.1. Box 346. 
Wondoll, Idaho 83355. 
FARMHAND WANTED: Must 
havo oxp w/oprinklor Irriga- 
tion K polotooa. Roloioncoa 
fOQulrod. Call 366-21 Oe. 




CACTUS PETE'S, INC, 

JACKPOTr 
KEVADfl — 



-Appllcottcny-ofo cu rr ia n UyJaaing-Qccapt*- 

od for tho following pofltions: :_. 

FOOD CASHIERS 
(Money handling exp.) 
SECURITY OFFICER 
(Experienced)"^ > 

TTONflERS ^ 



KERDTi 

(Trainee}' 
COCKTAIL WAITRESS 

(Part Time snd Full Time) 
RESERVATIONS/PBX 

(GootHypIng skills) 

Apply In portort or tolophono 
Porsonnol Offlco, MIko Brldgo 
2DS-733-1214 

An Equal Oppoflunily Employor 



WANTED; Farmhand 
w/troclor oporallon or 
ayphon tuba Irrigation oxp In 
Iho Fllor aroo. Sond reter- 
oncos & rosumos lo Box 
M-57, c/o TImoa Nowa, Box 

548. Twin Falla. 1083301. -.- 

WANTED: SO poopio to loao 
weight and earn money.Call 
543-4407. 

WASTEWATER TraitmonI . ' ' 
Plant Opontor. Salary. 

(1205-11396; Dulloa: Undar 
-auporviaion-to-monltor-amf — - 
maintain waalowalor laclllly 

-tncludino — buildlnga— - pre 

IroDtmont, primary (L aec- 
ondory troalment, solldo 
handlmg; oaalst In procoss 
chonQOD and lab. Applieani 
~muot obtaln-Qrade'l SUte. 
Cortlllcatlon wllhin 1 yoar. 
Prior oxporionco proferrod. 
Sond roaumo by April 4, 1984 
10 City ol Twin Falls, P.O. 
Box iet)7. Twin Falla, Idaho 
S1301. For moro inlormaUon 



WE AT KMVT TV oro oxpan- 
<]lng our local aaloa oUtf. II 
vou aro oorlous about a 
>uraor In advoniaing aaloo. 
ivo may havo Iho opportunlly 
you'vo boon walling (or, 
Gonoroua auaranlea 
itirough trolning period, 
automobtto allowance, 
excollanh. - Inauranco pro- 
orom. Sond roaumo to: 
Satoa Managor. KMVT Telo- 
vision. 2217 Eltiibam Blvd. 
Twin Falla, Idaho 83301. An 
Equal Opportunity 
Employor. 



Coctu!) Dtibdb 

report • cci>ino> 

JACKPOT. NEVADA 



"Friday ,'Morch 23, 1954 ITmoH-NQwa.Twin FqIIb," klah6.C-7 



Selected offers-Heal estate 



007-037 



O07— Jobsoftntersst - 

. iMlgFEDIATE OPENING lor 
■oxpflrlencad mochsnlc. 
Local doatorahlp sollino GM 
cars & Isuiu trucks. 
Excollonl woiklng IbcIIIIIod, 
conatani tralnino proQram, 
■ hospitalization & paid vaca- 
tions. Inquire tn person only 
dI" OIck Doy Otdamobllo 
Buick, 712 Main Ave South, 
T.F. I' unable lo appear for 
Inlorvlow during business 
hours, arrangoinonia con bo 
mado. All Intorvlow sirlclly 

contldonllnl. 

JANrrOH- apply t>otwoon 
9:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. or. 
botwoon 2:00 p.m. & 4:00 



00e-Salstj[ 



EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY 
lor Ihe right Individual 4o 
loarn tho proteaalonal retail 
aulomobllo aalea bualnosa. 
ExcollonI working laclllllos, 

Eroloastonal Iralmng. ;ilary 
commission, Income un- 
limited, tomily hospi- 
talliallon &.vacaU0R3. Apply 
In person lo Dick Doy or 
Larry McMurdle at Dick Day 
Oldamobllo Bulch, 712 Main 
Ave S, Twin Foils. U unable 
lo appear for Inlorvlow dur- 
ing bualnosa houii. ar* 
rangemonlB can bo mado. 
All Intorvlow alrlctly con- 
lldentlal. 



017-Bu8lnflMOpptya. 

AUTO SERVICE CENTER, 
well establlsned buslnass 
on molor alioot, 7200 aq ft 
building, very largo lol, luno 
up, oTlgnmont. mulllora. 
comploto alter market 
servfco, ownor will finonco. 
Markeling Asaoclotes, 

73*-4876, 

Duo to bod heaim. Bar for 
sate. Contoct Jerry Jonson 
at 17« KImborly Road, Twin 

FallB. 

TOR SALE: Orowring Roml 
Shop. Fresh & sI>k. Mini 
Cassia area. Write Sox L. 
Rupert. ID 63350 or 438-5731 . 



__. __~tK)naoDlor 

Cains Furniture, 204 Moln 
AvO North, T.F. 733-7111. 
Logo I Word-Piocosaor. Ex- 
porlance desired, Bonollta, 
Sond Resume and Mlary 
roqulromonts lo Box J-S7, In 
core of TImos Nowi, Box S*B 
Twin Falls, Idaho 83303. 
MANAGER TRAINEE. Con- 
sumer Finance Company 
nas oponing In local branch 
lor ambitious, aggroasivo 
person. Unusual opportuni- 
ty, tor quallttod Inolvldual. 
Qood stanino uiory, 
Employoo bonollla, Rogular 
satory Increaaoa aeeordlnp 
^ lo your ablllly. Spanish' 

■opoaking requostod. Sond _ — : -_- .- , 

RoBumo "olallfig qUbiltlea- ^laH Qu' 0'"6'> '" '>"' Social' 

-H{)n3-to.-BDx-|^5r'c/oTImDS Socurliy Bulldlnflr::i_ll. ~ 

Nbws,' Box 543 Twin Falls, 



PUBLIC RDalllont, orlen- 
lalod sales polonllal man-' 
ngomont Poalllon, 734-9020., 

OlO-Professlonal 

Services 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR. 
Finish Corpenlry. Coblnol 
and Formica work, Ro- 
moOollno. losldontlol and 
commercial. SIoId liconaod. 
Call Dill Hollov: 320-6914. 
HOME NURSING AND 
THERAPY. Provided by 
Idaho Homo Hoallh and 
Hospice personnel. In- 
cludes hoapMal equipment. 



available al Mr. Poalman. 
Mall, lelophono answering, 
packago ahlpplno, coploa. 
printing, etc. BZ4 Qluo Lokes 
Blvd N. T.F.. Idaho. 733-BOOa. 
Outdoor swimming pool & 
miniature goll, all equlpmoni 
Included.' Year round m- 
como. Great lamlly bual- 
nosa. For sole by owner. 
Call lor more Into 733-2402 
weokonda& alter Spm. 
U-HAUL will consign your 
motoi homo. Exc tax 
boneflls, jjollonwlde reaer- 
vallon program. Call 734-1410 
or 1-600^2-6000 oulaldo ol 
Twin FnllB. 

-WARNIN6I 



S3301. 



Of^FSHORE OIL JOBS. U.S A 
Overseas. Thou sa nd a of 
Vicfl"rieias~nrua|-b"6-TiTTo"tr- 
In^medlatoly. CaU rolunda- 
blo lor directory, (312) 886- 
43^70x1. E-1515, , 



loaat IB yra, ond-noai In 
appoarancu. Apply In 
porson aftor 5pm. George 
K'a Fino Food. 1719 Kim- 
. borlvRoad 

PERMANENT part llmo do- 
-ntat-aaslftunl-naodod- Sond . 
rasumoa' lo Box Q-57. do 
Times Nowo, Box 548, Twin 

Falls. Idaho 83301. 

proloBslorul couple desire 
mature, roBponalDls, caring 
woman lo tlvo In our homo In 
Sun Valley and holp caro for 
oi;r children. Comlortable 
room, board, and saiory 
avnilablo. Long locm posF- 
i ldn. 622-5104 or 720-5328, 

PUBUC SAFETY OFFICER 
Salary: 11314-1400 por month 
■f. S1000 cross-lralnlng dll- 
fofontinl.. 

Quallt',adJniIlyiflwnb!d!Uyivo_ 
POST Cartltleallon, -paaa . 
physical psrlormDnco 
standards, have a" valid 
drivers llconao and no crim- 
inal rocord, High School 
oraduale or equtvotonl, 
Dulles Include, bur are not 
limited to, iho lollowing: 
Worklnga 24 hour Bhilt ovary 
three aaya. psrllclpallng In 
fin control and prevenilon 
actlvllloa; perform Iraftic 
control, mvosllgBto crimes, 
moke . arreslB, proaorvo 
'~ poacb, patrol In ear, preparo'" 
writlen roports, Tho Cily of 
Twin Falls does nol dlacrlm- 
inato on tho basis of ago. 
Any- age* -person- la-or>— 
couraged to apply.' Sond 



OlS-Babyalttera 

Any ago, Anyllme, but Fri. 

-olQnl9-4-duilnn-day-Sat„ 
Drop-lnowolcomo. 733-4314. 
BABYSITTING In my homo. 
Any ago, hot moals, fenced 
yard, reliable. 734-614B. 
CHRISTIAN MOTHER needs 
playmalo lor 3 year old. 
ExcoUont care & roles, 
Skylane Area. Call 73*-i54a. 

_1. DRIVE. DAY CARei.l' yo"- 
nood a babyslttor call mo. I II 
pick up your Proachooter £ 

__roturn_hini_iato_oiiornp_on. _ 
Morning preschool, regular 
bsala only. Twin Falls only 
Mondoy-Ffldsy. 734-4167. 

' LOS Mother will sit children 
3 and older, weekdays. 

734-1770. 

WILL BABYSIT In my homo 
day Of night, 3 or 4 enlldron, 
any day ol the weak, havo 
lots ol room to play, 1 lunch 
lurnlshed. Call 7344331 or 
733J097. 



"■ amfrull treds. Prooeat, 25yr - 
exp. Floyd Swan, 733-0353. 
MAINTENANCE REPAIR, 
folutblBh quollly at roason- 
ablo prleoa..compioie build- 
ing and orounds omergen- 
etOB, Sonlor discount 
o sllmatoa, 00.111234895. 

ADVERTISE 
YOUR 
SERVICE SPECIALTY . 
IN THIS DIRECTORY 



— Tho~~Tlme3-N . 
commends Ihot you , (n- 
vosllgole ovory phoao : ol 
Invoaiment oppoilunllloa. 
oapoclolly Ihoso from oui ol 
-fitalo-or-odo rod4)y-a-person - 
'doing buslnoaaoul Ola 
local moiol or hoiBl. 

VVe auggesi you consult 
yourownailornoy, 
tho Boiler Businoss Bureau. 
Idaho Consumor AKaIrs or 
osk for a Iroe pamphlet and 
Inrormstlon from the • 
Attornny General's Con- 



Protection Division, Stalo- 
housn. r^olso. Idaho S372Q. 
- Ptiono334-2<Q0. ^ . _ 

Ch a— Incom e Propotly 

Building with ndlnconl 
parkinn lot. Honovaiuil. in 

wondoll. 130.500 lormn. 

Owner-brokor. P.O. nox 
43336, Laa VOQas. Novaoa 

B9116 . . 

2 0UPLEXE5. Total prleo 
$37,500. Polonllal income 
SS5O-S600 por monlh. Rea- 
aonablo terms. Call Jorry 
NorthwOBi Proteaslonal Ro- 
■!*y..3»l?jjj- 

^MoneyToloan 

HIGH inlorest lo.LOW.Inlor-l_ 
osl LOAN CONVERSIONS. 
Roal-Estalo Socurod, Call 
SS&>2SZS Sam lo Spm, Mon- 
dav thru Friday. 
HOME EQUITY LOANS. Qol 
cash (or any puipose, CrsdII 
Is not Importanl. Short & 
long term loans, wo sro 
direct londors. Call collect 
anylimo lor 'phone approval. 
Open Monday-Friday, and 
-Salurdoya-by-appt. ..only. . 

First AmBrfcan 

QPiLlnCi-BolMj 



THE ACES' 



BOBBY WOLFF 



Dear Mr. Weill: 

Ifl U ever permissible - to 
make a takeout double of a 
minor opening when holding a 
worthless doubleton in a 
major suit? 

Wreai Shape, Mllwanktc. Wit. 

ANSWEH: TakeouLdpublea _ 

should promise support for 
unbid suits as well as equiva- 
lent opunir.g-bid .strenRth. 
Standiird minimum rcquire- 
munls'arv at least tlircc-card 
support for unbid major suits 
and iwu-card support for 
_nl)id minor suits. In ran- 
caSL'S. one might risk a doublt' 
wtDi only two-card major suit 
sup|M)rt. but only with-a good 
hand with a very strong suit, 
loo strong lo describe with a 
simple overeall. 
Dear Mr. Wolff: 

i'iirintr_ijpcmi.;_an{l_ncxi^ 

— tinndTJvcrca Hs-one-no-tmmp— 
At rubber bridge, how much 
slrength duus it take to ven- 
turoa|l(ifnallydotibie?-- . 

0»LeadrD«»ltraHrt— 



ANSWER: II you have an 
L'aslly eslablisliable suit lo 
lead and an outside entry. ;i 
double is clear-cut. The les-s 
attractive tlie lead, the 
stronger your hand will have 
.-to tM tooffor-good ohanees fur 
succo.is. Count on about \'2 
H CP froiii purlncr iind if your 
lorarriiaclies 22 or iii6fu,~you~ 
should be thinking about u 
penalty double. 

Di-nr Mr. Wolff: 

Partner opens one .spade 
and jun ,>s In tlircc spade.s 
over i:iy one no-trump 
' response. Hnw should I evalu- 
ate my band in support of 
sp;i(les7 

MiitHt It.S>raGuif,N.Y. 

ANSWKIl; Willi a minimum 
~liiind'i(;-7"HCPT-n nd^a .sinElcrr: 



■ ton. trump. I would refuse tho 
Inviiation and pass. With us 
little as an ace and a king 
(conlrol cards ...insLcul n( 
delayed winners) anil a cmiple 
of trumps, -I would' happily 
accept the invitaiinn. In dose 
situations one should always' 
consider " partm-r's bidding 
habils. lie aggressive wiih a 
timid bidder, conservalivc 
with an overbidder, 

Doar Mr. Wolff: 

Partner opened one no- 
trump and 1 jutaped to three 
wilh a seven-card minor head- 
ed by the A-J-Kl and a side 
(|ueen. He made ii and I vija 
called a lucky overhliliie 
I overbid ihai much? 

lUO itubbrr, Ua1rl»h,N,<\ 

ANSWER: 1 don't liiink you 
overbid at all. Wink- one^ean- 
■vIlhmbsDluui^ 



Did 



racy the viiluu d! the good 
seven-card suit at ni>-lrump, I 
like liic clianccs ,wcll enough 
lo choose the same bid you 



did. 

Dear Mr. Wolff: - — - 

Wliat's liie penally for pass- 
inn "ui '>f turn when ItilO 
dials and I pass liofore he has 
a chance l<> bid',' I thought 1 
heard him pass. 

Noliy 'rinnir, naytDa.lllilu 

ANSWER: I (|UOle law .10 of 
"lIiVLawNor Rubber nrUtgc: 

"'When a player has passed ■ 
otil of rotation befu''e any 
player has bid, or when it was 
the turn of llie oppononi tii his 
right ti> call, (penalty) the 
offcnilor must pass when next 
it is his turn locall."' 

Srtiil lirlilKc i|ui-stiiini iii Tlir Aci-n. 
I>U. iliix lJlli3. DMu!.. Trii>i> imh. 
Willi KH Jili!r"«il, Miiiiij>riJ rnvrliipr 

, tur reply. 



030-HomesForStl6 

Eleiganl CounliyUving 
blonhtast Twin Falls, near 
now, doBlgnod lor family 
living, B bodrooma. i baltia, 
2 family rooms. 3 llroplaces, 
outdoor opo. built In vacu- 
um, lorge covered patios. 2 
acras will) turn & pole- 
loncod corrals, IlflS.OOO, 
Assumsblo low Inlorost 
loan. Owner will carry part. 

ra4-1051, 

LOVELY BRICK HOr^E 
5-bodrooma--- ft —don; — 2 
tlroplocoa. Excolloni NE 
aroa. large double garago. 
fruit Iroos, nice family room, 
sir condlilonlng. and much 
much more. ISoM under ao- 
pralsal. Only SBB.KU, Im- 
mediate possosBlon. MaglG 
Vallou Realty 733-SSQI) oi 

733-C531. 

LOVELY YARD 

By owner. 4 bodrootn, 1 &3M 
baih. bricK tiotno. ALr eondl- 
Honing. ZOSO!)), Torms: 
S63.650. 131S Fioomonl 

Orlve.73<-2a31. 

MOTIVATED SELLER. Col- 
looo MoDdowa, 1 bdrm 
condo. .appllancoa & yard 
caro Includod, Main tloc 
unit. prlvatQ lonnis courts, 

133.900. Coll 73».1B24. =* 



03&-HomMForSaio . 

SHARP ^ BORM, 2 balh 
home, AfC. largo fenced ' 
yard. RV Porldng, Doq 
({onnel with * runs, SxlO 
slorago unit. Popular floor 
plan, nice location. Double 

Saiogo. Assumoble VA 10% 
>an. Super lermo available, 
SS5,n». hIaiketIrK) 
Associates, Realtora 734- 
4878 , ' 



• • • 



UNIQUE 

OESION 
You'll ilKo this rare ft unusu- 
al brick home designed lor 
oosy living ft low mainte- 
nance, 3 bodtooms A 
spacious living room, Do- 
luxo kitchen wllh all oppM- 
aneos, Altroctlvo courtyard 
In front of Ihia unique home. 
Do yourself a fovor i soo 
Ihls Immodlatolyl Only 
$51,500. 

HAMLEH REALTY 



Sawtooth School area. 3 
bedroom, 2 bath, lull bamt, 2 
cat Qoraao., I5S,500. 
^vafQrnimilealty. ?34~3200 — 



SECLUDED CANYON 
LIVING 

10 acro3,3bdrmbtlckhomo. 
Fruit ft nul Ireos, garden 
aroa. live waler, bite hutit- 
-ln(jrHlshlnnr-I*r-mt-SE~Hr" 
^Twin- Falls, 423-5987 or 733. 
4340. 

4BEDRCX}MS.2BATH - 

Owner must soil booulllul 
stool sidod homo, Ouloi 
slroor. Wolk lo shop cen- 
ters, grade S high school. 
Pino trees on lorge lencod. 
landscaped lot. Carport with 
storago connectoa to In- 
vuloted healed gaiago. Dog 
run_Patlo..aDBcrausldiehon._. 
with slovo, rolilg, garbago 
disposal, Flroplacei air 
cond, Knolly pine. Frull & 
storage rooms, Inoipenslvo 
hoot, golden spol. 150,900. 
No Roallora, 733-5999, 



Q30-Home8ForSi]a 



2 BEDROOM homo with lull 
-basomont^-jiorago, v.ofy_ 
"nice. Wa^. 

Mwin Want Realty 734-05S6. 

031— Out of Town 



Cg-Klmberty^ianson 

STEAL 

, This neat homo In Honsen, 
Completely carpsied with 1 
bodrooma, lovely kitchen & 
largo deluxe balhroom. Full 
basement plumbed for tiath. 
with 2 more bedrooms. All 
Ihls for only 129.900. Call' 
HnmloURoiiliy.TJWJ^. 

034-JBromeHQmea __ 

REALTOR OWNED-Fof saTo 
by owner, coiy 2 txlrm re- 
modeled older homo on 
opprox. i acres, Clono to 
Jerome. tU.SOD, Call 3Z<I- 
.3351 during otiico houro or 
324-3130 uller hours. 
2 BDRM, -complololy ro- 
modelod. now cabinets S- 
carpets. W * twsomont. 
excellenl locallon. lornu 
c£rnoj; lgtJ33.Kio^324-4a5g. 

03&-RaalEBt,'Wa ntBd . 
Wont to rent or buy Houn" 



037— Fanns 4 Ranches 



pork business. Call K 
or write H, King. Ri. 2 Dok 
ZSIB.Poul, IdatioB3347. 
(3TOlCE4rociM." tk,io lo 
— domrmr— by-Townii — Onti— 
254-3817, 



FOR SALE by 
bulld(ir>Now3bdrm.i 

all electric, well Inaul 

Wendell, t33,333. 53&-2250, 



FAH*^ FOR SALE. DIotilcl 
area,' 2S0 acros, IDO acre: 
crop land, sprinkler syalem 

- Cairao84afra»fl-, ., 



itTln 



WENDELL. By owner, very 
nice. 3 bdrm. 2 both, family 
room & formal dining room. 
Central air conditioning, 
largo 2 car garage on 3U 
lots. Wood fenced backyard 
& well landscaped. S59,900. 
Shown by appointment only. 
Call S3fr«J5. 

032-Buht-Fllflr Homoa 

Morchandlae op- 
ponunltlOB In clasalMod- like 
bringing every garage sale 
n town 10 your living room. 

OSO-HomesPorStle - 



FOR SALE 
SUMMER RANGE 

Hun 300-400 hd cows lor (I 
mthS- Z2S0 acres doeded. 
1680 scfoa Btilo 10030. 
About 1! aocliona ol BLM, 
Qrasay Hills oreofOwyou 
county, 60 mlloa SW or Twin 
Falls. Idaho power lino lu , 
conlor oldooaodlond, Good 
well wllh 7V) horse pump 4g 
QPM. 1» & 2 Inch plastic 

Slpo llnos to tanks i ponds; — 
1,000 gallon slorago lank. 
Qood 8«t of corrals & hold- 
ing Hold, Fenced in lour 
alfoimonls, Exc.tonelng, 
t4H,D00* SotDDtorms 
537-6692 

OSCMIorma For Sale 



■ ATTBACTIVl « MAtY TWWI» ' tOW DOWW PATMIWT ■ tOW 



— Youf-ad-wllUreaen-aJ.OOO- 



-eUY-g im £R-N0W- 1 
~ljarB~Bnol o(t8Td~ft~" ' 
-COa.-CalT 73*^567— 



mn byMptn ai 7l9"-t "^' ■ ■ 

aiy.?"wm^iSin^1=lrr^ 

n^npn Rni 1007 Ruoi rflflulls Will nmaio you, call ^ 

nanco, ho« ^w/j.^ gli loday and one ol our friendly SUYINQ or 8Ea real oalato 

— Ad-Vlsofo-wlllholpyou-wofd- 

your ad so that il will bo 
mosi oKoeilvo and bring you 
tho reaulla you ore looking 



oaO-HoniesFo'rSaie 

BEAUTIFUL Country ho'mo 

lor sate by owner, loiqo 
roncod In yard wllh dock & 
pino trees. Will soil at 
U8,500, Musi see! Call 
734-4312, 

-BRICK,-. ShaKg. roof, 
oxtromoly nice landscaping,' 
facuz2l, all ihiB with 4 
bedrooms, !W balha & largo 

..hltchon..i8B,S00. 

Evergroon floalty. 734-3200, 



030-^omuForStl« 



030— Homes For Sale 



■"RSaUM68ERVBB~ 



BUVERSWAMTEDIr 

— For-Supaf.ln3ulaIO(JHomo3 
Caah InCOnllvoa to buyoru 
CaH42»4m lorlnlc 



rr,;MFALLS&BURLEr 

Noweompuiotized 
•Conridentlal'Profossional, 
■678-2277 



WE BUY PAPEfl, flool Ealnto 
conlracia, - doodsMrusi, 
mortosgos, wraps & pay- 
mants. Seaaoneo or BRAND 
NSW Oiipor. Wo pay all 
costs, ' NO- BR0KERB-FEE8.- 
' Fast sen; Ice. Call or wrilo ror 
FREE estimate, 
Motropolltan MortaaQo & 
Socurlllea Co.. Inc. 10S5 
Btuo Lahea Blvd, 734-03B7._ 
evefl 733-1 




By Owner, RemodDlod, 
palnlod, N ProBldont Si. 
S40,000. Pymis under 1400. 
LOW dwn Dvml. Inl. 7a4-1379. - ■ 
BY OWNER, Movlng-Nood 
' To Solll Largo older homo, 
3,000 SF, ' appraised at 
S«3,000, Asking U7,000, 
_ $5,000-or-wlll-laka -smalj.car- 
or pickup of equal value as 
down. Assume paymonls ol 
S633, tax & Insurance In- 
cluded. Zoned lor llve-at 
homo bualnoa s. office or 
' ■ fa re tif iW. cr 
avoninDO— o(-oalfi7ar^i 
734-4ei0. ■ 
BY OWNER: rsmodoiod, 3 
bdrm. 2 balh. 'fm/rm 
w/csrousel, 2 car gorage, 
t4a.000.Call734-7»7, 
BY OWNER: 3 bdrm, re- 
modeled. — Nice— loeolion.— 
Fencod yd,, stor. AfC, OfW. 
tiisp, rflfriQ.Ha,()oo.73 3-7a;; 

■BY-OWNEHr-Home- in-NW 
traa, all eloclrlc, 3 bdrm, 2 
balh, • finished room In 
basomonl, fireplace, heat 
pump, dishwasher, double 
-iwgo. " 



BUSINESS 
OPPORTUNITIES 

-■■•TAUBAftTl^bowntowrf rei^iaurqni with seal 
Ing lor 60, coiiiplrrl't kilehuii & Mfl'iip, Ar>suiimlilu 
<i.7'0>;loa'i, 

-DAr .CABI CIIITMl Ono' ol a hiiid.wlh.utlab- 
lithxd el-onlullif, Inctudon roal iv.laKr and doycaio 



NOSTALOIC POOL HALl. wi th ov 
Hood-wlll. E.col(o..to"pr.oriu.i"i'ry. 
MOM a.PQPOROCIR'ri SJIt OOM 
leni iocQ'lonon UTS. U>~gf^ay S6r ' 



r 60 v 



JOHN IVI. 

BARKER ; 

REALTORS 



543-43y i . 

333 South Broad wQvnh~B_uhj;::i:;;^ 



._ .-go — roncrnJ— back— yard- 
wnrull trees ft garden area, 
6% VA asBUinoblo loan, 

i 86.00Q. Call 733-2111 

BY OWNER: Now 3 bdrm, 2 
bath, laundy rm, firoplaeo, 2 
coiling fans, dble garage, 
lots aralotoao & extros. Low 



CASTLEFORO, 2 bedroom 
ho"^o wllh full basement. 
For Sato, Call 537-M73. 
CLEAN 3 bdrm homo. Newly 
romodelod, onoroy olle- 
cioni,-_GI financing. 275 
Msdlson. 139,500.734-6964.' 



The People's 
Market place 



Office Hours — 

.. N/fn^ay through. F/jdoy.O.o.m, to 5;30 p.rr 
doy Da, m, (o laNoon, 

Deadlines 




5 fi^m. Mondoy-fridoy lor publlcoilon lollowing 
"day, I3~Noo"i>~St)lurJoy"for' publlCQtlon-Sundoy 
ond Monday, , 



734-4411, 



Housing loan. Colt 



oosumable loan with lower 
Intoreat rate, .Fully land- 
scaped & fencod, 150,900. 

LARGE- FAMILY HOME on. 
2Vi acres. Almost 4D00 sq ft 
with 5 bdrms. 3 baths, fomlly ' 
li roc, room, large shop i_ 
food otorogo room. Extra 
lar^d avallablo-Up lo 10 
'"ac"rosm23,O00.— —- 

PRICE REOUCEU on this 
oxoculiwo lomlly homo on 1 

- acre luat eoat ol TF. 4 
bodrooma. 2Vi batha. lomlly 
room ft lormal dining room. 
Partial untinlshod baml. 
Now ONLY 1108.000, 

CO NTEMPO RA RY larg e 3 
"TiiiiJroonirzvi tiaiti tionio sitr- 
usiod on a doaltable fenced 

- &— - irngatod — 5 - -acres. 
Fireplace, vaulted ceilings, 
olr cond, ft aprlnKltno 
lystom. A Rool Value at 
t69,000. 

IRWIN REALTY, INC. 
73W500 

2 SDRM on M«125 lot. Com- 
plototy romodelod. now 
carpet, lota of . storogo, 
123.000. 

Also 10k32 houoo to bo 
movod.733-C27Slordninll!v 



^ DARUNQNEWHOME 
In Choice Foils East loca- 
-tion, 3 bedroom, 2 balh. 
laundry room, vaulted 
callings, ritoplaco. 2-car 
isrsgo, 107.900. Call 734-9660 

~ 733-004 3 oven l ng s^— 

NEW 3 BDRMr2 iiaiti. hbuao 
100x120 lol in Hooermon. 



"Coire: 



OWNER: 3 bed, baml. brick. 
Wd. Shr.r Lg.- Yd. OMi% - 
asBum, $325 PITI: M1.S00 
l orms, 30a Robblna. 38a-9602 
-OWNER: 3 bdrm brlck.homo_ 
nesr Mornlngslde School, 
145,500. Call 734-0411. 



2 acres In area of fine 
homes, Im/rm, flreploco, 
-ttot— lot>r-tf 1 o~f oof f-(one«)— 
paature, water shores, nice 



Notice ! - 



CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY OF PUQIICA- 
TION, Il ihoro ihould bo on error plooiu coll Tlio ' 
Timol.Nowl. immodlotoly, Tlio Timm.Nuwi will " 
not bo ruiponiiblo for cnoro than onu Inconoci 



Rates 



-ohodo treoa, 5 min.lo .Twin.. 
Foils. (125,000. Marketing 

Aaaoclalga. 734-<B75. 

PRICE REDUCED S6000. 4 
bdrm,. IK baths, linlshod 
basomonl, douSIe garage, 
llreplspo, living room, lamlly 
room, fruit trees, cloao to 
shopping & schools, On 
North Sunrlao Blvd. Bo- 
iweon Filer ft Folia, we,S00, 
1500 movo-ln coal lo Veter- 
ana. Will conaldor looae op- 
tion or Caah lo loan. Owner 
will carry wllh low down. Call 
602-846-4979 evonlnoa. 



1 No. ol Dayi 


I 


2-3~ 


- 4:7— 


"flno" 


3 Linn 


.5.50 


7.00 


10.50 


1,4.50 


[ No,otDayi 


1M5 


16-20 


21-25 


26-30 


3 Lino 
Minimum 


20.00 


22.25 


25.75 


20.00 



lioni wMhoul copy <hongo. Propoymor)! roqulrod 

~on'olt "moving lolo" odi and""poirtlon-wantod"- 
□d>. Olhor raloi ovailablo upon roquoil. 



"I sold • 
tho 

rofrigorator 
tho first 
doyl" 



AFFORDABLE 

.„hlOiV\ESloji5ALEi_ 

■ INTHETWIN"FAITS7KIMBERLY7HEYBURN-AREAS 
CROUP I • INSURABLE PROPERTIES-BIDS CLOSE 4:30 - 4-2-84 
BIDS ARE REQUIRED - BIDS OP^N 10:00 - 4-3-B4 



i"*t"i ADD3.ESS_ 



PRICE 



1010"R"'So. 
° Heyburn, ID. 

bSOMa-lnoW. 
' " Kimborly, ID, 
GROUP II • UNINSURABLE PROPERTIES 
ALL-CASH AS:iS NO WARRANTY 



S30,350 



S3&,t50 



Heyburn Really 
67a.17Sl 
WoilurnRoolly 
733-736S 



061 3'(l 



vo. W. 
1. ID. 



.SIO.OOO 



734-VOBO 

_HomlottRooliy_ 



o diteretlon, HUD will Only poy diKOuni polnti which HUD deter, 
o bo reaionablo whliln maximum limlli eilobllshod by HUD. 
;7;'lo d^»rniln'^imO-i~iir61<l mL,m g IT 5w5 EI?' a r.'co-nrpo'rnU"ir 
or lo nooollollonl will, iondori on inloroir rafol ond dlicount 
nil bayond ll.oio 



ony. prior^ lo^noool^ ^ ^ All 1 dl 

_HUn »lll pay oro 1I16 loipontlblllty ol Iho buyor. 

CONTACT A REAL ESTATE BROKER 
OF YOUR CHOICE FOR FULL DETAILS 1 



HUD'Propertlbi 010 ollornJ lor luls lu qoalUlod pur/ 
chosen without regard lo Iho proipecl.lve purchatori^ 
raco. color or national origin. Purcneieri ihould con- 
rod Iho Reol Eilole Broker ol their ehotc«> Olleri lo 
purchoio may bo lubmllled directly to the local HUD 
CFfiee when Ihe purchoior con not lecure tho nrv leei 
' el o"quolinaiaroKrr7Cpnt HUD 6rricB~on~ 



^ 334-1087 

U.S. Departmeiit of Housing & 
Urbati Development 

Box 042. FB/USCH 550 Woit Forl SIrVotT BoUo, Idaho 83724 



1 19 Broaaway NowBuhl/ldaho^— 543-8806 
Joyce Munroo, Broker — ' 543-5335 
John Roblrts, Assoc. Broker — 543-6339 

OUTSTANDING FINANCING is avoilablo for this ocroago only 2 
miles N. of town. Cloon os now with 3 bedrooms, choorful 
colors throughout, school bus and moil to your door. If your in- 
Lomo love! is $15,000 or loss, you may qualify for □ Fodorol 
loan wilh paymonls oquol to ronl. 

JUST MOVE IN! 40 acre doiry. Price includes cow\. machinery 
and all oquipmont. Largo 4 bodroom, 2 balh homo, corral, and 
holding pen. All concroto froo stalls, and covorod food area. 
Flat 4 born, shop and mocHino shod. $225,000.00. 



AIR & LIGHTI Owners anxious to sell this 3 bodroom. 2 balh 
homo, electric heal, fireplace, lorge double carport, largo lot, 
-full — basomont,— all — plumbed _and_wirod to...finish. Larg(i_ 
QssumabiD loon, good locotion. Now subdivision, SSS.OOO.OO. 



HERE IS THAT 80 you havo been looking for closo-to BuhirWilh 
two homos, outbuildings, corrals, including 28 x.36shop. Trout 
pond seep slreoms with 1,4 sq. ft. filed on. Full walcr. shores 
ond much more , \ , 



VERy-ATTRACTlVE 2 bedroom- 2-faoth-mobil«?-home-in-Arrow R^ — 
Extra largo master bath with tub and separate shower. Washer, 
dryer, range, refrigerator and dropos included. Owner will 
trade (or other property in Buhl area, Moke offer. $16,000,00. 

i-T^ Roger Clork 5JJ 6U60 

1=T rn VonnioThorson 543.6640 

Ll3 Albert Dixon 543-4479 

Mombor Buhl and Twin Foils Multiple Listings Service 



C-8 TJiTiBB-Newa, Twin Folia. Idaho Friday. March 23. 1984 



Real estate-Merchandise 



om-oiz 



037-^arms& Ranches 

N1CE_«_ ACRES. 2 bdrm 

nouse, barn, corrals, loalinc 
shod, laullna ahuloa.. Call 
836-2188 BvonlnflB. 

SMAUFAflMS 

•60 ACRES<:attla. row crop, 
nico homo, barn, prico ro- 
ducod, Caailolord. B47, 
•80 ACRES-BUDla, barloy, 
nay. nice homo, Ruport. 
•MACRES-Qood rarm.Wost 

Point area. Wondoll; homor 

' asBumabto loans, ownor wlir 

SreTlbRES-CIioIco row crop, 
pasluro, Caatloford. T6J. 
•4fl-ACRES-fencod Mature. 
— -homo, |usl WOBI o( Twin on 
RockCrook, lorma. Til, 
•40 ACRES^asturo. hay, 
horso alalia, big Indoor 
rodoo arona. 4 txlrm I 
■30 ACHES-Hlda^wov pro-- 
porty. nico 4 bdrm homo. 



03S-Acreao6&Lots 

BY OWNER: 2 bdrm on l.f 
acio. fnill troas, gardon 
KJt, coffal, J34,0(M. Aasum. ■ 



spot, corral, $34,000. 
v!ft.j34-6a3Ba»orepr 



rodoo arona. 4 bdrm homo. 

•y 

to ., . -- 
vo siroam. commorclal tl9h 
ponda, poaslblo hydro, 657. 
•38 ACRE&£Kcel(onl rarin. 
boaulftul homa, viow, QUni, 
•20 ACRES-BulldInq alio NW 
of Joromo. SIOiOOO down. 

ROBERT JONES 

REALTY 
73mMor54»222 

.THESUO&fiOLEfUNqtt. 

10n,78 Aciea, located 
mKoa SouKi ot Hansen 
Idaho, ExeollonI sumeo Ir- 
rioated proporty wllh 



FOR SALE: 1 acre lol In 
RImvlow EotatOB Sub- 
division on West Falls Avo. 

113.500. 734-0527. ■ 

HOUSE ACRES wllh 

Bitod plpo N.W, Buhl, Oil 
iflhway 30. Owner 543«50 
MOBILE HOME LOTS for 
— MliJ-"MB|jlc-Valloy-Mobllo— 
Eslaios." Now adult sub- 
division, Washington SI. S & 
1 block Wosi on PhoaMni 
Hd, easy lorma. 734-6943. 
ROCK CHEEK RIM VIEW. 1.1 
ocroa, prima building BiflhI, 
7Vt ml SE ot Twlrt Falls, Exc 
Dccoss. not 20 nod lor trail- 
ors. Call 423-5937 at! 5. 
-ROOM— FOR— HORSES & 
KIDS. Country living noar 
Wendoll. Build your own 
paacolul hovon on 6 lo 40 
ocroB. tZSOQ par acre. Low 
down, ownor financing, 

837-<083 ovoninaa. 

SEVERAL S- Aero lots, Buhl 
Area. No down paymonl with 
homa. By Owner- mOfl2e. 
1 ACRE, 1 mllo South oil 
BluB Lakea. ollod, oiacirlct' 
ty, iTfloatlon. no Irollors, 
9^4% or c«h lalkal 734-a?9fl. 
28.0 ncroa 3'A miloa from 



O0-V«crilon Property 



Ort-Cont loml[tfum8 
(H5-MobIIo Homes 



CLOSE Oin- SALE 
-ON TAMARACK'S 
MOBILE HOMES 
' — TS In Qlo vrtdo— 



CONTEMPORARY HOMES 
2064Klmbw)yR«id_^ 

CAU. 734-2B73 

EXCELLENT COHD. 1977 
Marlolta 14x70. Appliances. 
Consider trade, for down. 
Aaaumabin loan. 734-9?lB. " 
FOR SALE OR LEASE; 1873 
Kll, 14i70. a hdrm, 3 twlti, 
w/flroplaco. appl. Call 423- 
4567alter5:30. 

NEWKITROYAJ.OAK 
24xM 3 bdrm. Z balh, all 
elQCtrlc lor Oslo wlin lai. At 
Magic Valloy Mobiia Kamo 
Eaioteo Washinglon SI. S & 
pheasant Road.Canloct 



045-WobllaK0ffl«a 



CONTEMPORARY HOMES 
jromo: 40 ahnroe ot w.tor — -20M Klmbarty Hwd-^- 

jiiOO per Bcroo. Terms CALL rt*-»73 

0QBalblo.Cttll3Z4-Ba;4. repossessed S tjdim 

30 AeroB, cui Inio 5 ocro ' 



mated proporty w h 30 Acroa, cui inio a ocro "i""- 
Bundant Vow^oaV WBlor." parcols,' Haa power.-Won- montn.- o 



j-Agent-JMk- 

Call. 208-734-0821 or 
734-6578. ■ > , 
100 ACRES, Kino Hill dis- 
trict. 2 amail plvofa, whool & 
hand linos, portable corrals, 
will run150hoad, nico homo. 
Call Carmen Prunty, 324-24B4 
lor da la I Is. 

CANYONSIDE REALTY 
~- - 32»3354— — - 

40 ACRE OOtJBLE B Her- 
ringbone, 123 cows In- 

eluded; — — ■-- •■■ ■ 

20 ACRE DOUBLE 8 
Horrlnobone at CsstleFord, 
la (Class. 

40 ACRES DOUBLE '4 
SoulhweslolJoroma. 
SO ACRES ROCK FREE land 
at KImbarlv. 

120 ACRES- Jerome area. 
720 ACRES STOCK RANCH 
al Hill City, 

aO ACRE DAIRY at BIIbs. 
doubles alda opener. 
340 ACRES In hay and 
pasture. Owner will consldor 
all reasonable ollsrs. 

BARNES REALTY 
1045 Blue Lakea North— 
-c«n73W327 

~-40 ^cres-olbarotand.- Melon- 
Valley. Hot water potential. 

- $08,000. Aaaumable loan. 

Call: 1543^776. 

838 Acres South Klmberly 
apprOK 300 Irrlg. 2 bdrm 

- ' home, mactilne ehed, barn, 
' corrala, nice cattle setup. 

S238.000. Call Bill 33M213, 
.. MalpWeair 



Ownsr-broker. 

43338, Las Vogaa, Nevada 

BB118. . . 

5 acres on Shako rlvor ca- 
nyon rim, raods and powor, 
prico roducod. Call Gary 
Slonoal423-43SS. 



Call 



with 8" - 

tlon, a all olactrtc. tl2,WD 
Inctudos dollvary and sol-up 
locally 

BROCKIMAN'S 
MOBILE HOMES 

4 mllas N ol Perrlne Bride. 
T.F. Call 734-31B7 or 43M707 , 
USED 14ii70. 3 bdrm, all 
— oleetrtc. SIIOO down. 1175 . 

fiar inonin. Oolivory & saf/jp 
ncludod. Carter Homos 

73«-05Sfl. 

USED 3 bdrm double wide. 
Good condition, delivery & 
aelup Included, will take 
Irado. 819,500. Carter Homos . 

733-7568. 

USED 3 Bdrrn DouUewMe. 

Excellent condlljn n;__ffill| 

~taKfl if3B(i. 12000' down. 8 
1275 por month. 

CARTER HOMES 733-7Sfla 
tOVixM- ...OBILE HOME 1 
8^x40' Trailer. Boih have 
bulano or natural gon. Call al 

fliJQpm ..733-6101. 

12x84 CENTRAL mobile 
homo. Oood condillan.' 
Clean. Far moro deloHB, call 

326-5220 ovoa. 

1Q7S 14x00 MOBILE HOME. 
All oloctric, OKcelloni condl- 
(lar., OKira InaulBllon. appl!: ^3?LCbI1734.97»3. 

"3rn'^"l^SI.^2rr'-mir ' ' 

Call 324-5595 or 3i*-3140. 

1970 OREAT LAKES MOBILE 
-HOME,-hkii newMMrlor, 



( M5-MobllBHonie8 

188Q-BROADMORE 14x70 3 
bdriiia, 2 baltis wild 1u'nI2' 
axpando. will help wlin 
•noWna coat, 5B7-30Bli 

S3 Rentals 

OBO-Furobhod Houses 

BEAUTlFUI-ftOWOLj-feSl''"^ 

2W bJlh noma, ^Ih 
flroplttco and lanced yard. 
2fi0 WoaclDWS Ln, T.F,, M75 
• nor moQlh. Call 733~ 142L 

2 ROOM HOUSE. Balh, 
water & aanl paid. tMcho.or 
oiQlfl(fad.S7S 734-3185. 

3 BEDROOM HOUSE, alovo, 
IridQO, W/0, t375lfflonm, 

_ eau73:K)a8e.-.- . 

t4fi0 P^. 3 Bdrm. 2 balh, 



roIrlQ, 



dlahwoshor, 
roods, lull 
ipa, toficoO 



Property Manago- 



051 -Llnfum. Houses 



AVAILABLE: 2 



ilh Dlu3 do- 



AVAILABLE April tsl-2 bdim 
Homo with largo wafic in 
cloaots. bulll-ln china cabi- 
nol, lorge 2 cor carport with 
atange.S32S4-dej " 



061— Unfum. Houaw 

EASY LIVING In Ihb 3 bdtm. 
1 balh homo," Double car 

Saraco. (oncod yard, un- 
Offlround aprlniilof. Kilch- 
on appllancoa' lumlahod. 
+ doposll. 
AURORA REAL ESTATE 

Evonlnos & weekend a 
Patty HlpglM 734-1485 
GOOD AREA, NE Twin, avail 
4/1. Very nice. 3 bdtm, 2 
balh. Imfrm, ree/rm. 



Good location. 2 bdim. Qua. 
W/D hookup. oppliancoB. 
nooKup, baaomont. Qaraga. 
S290 + IlSOdDD. 734-9121. . 



. SPACIOUS, 3 bdrm, 2 balh, 
choice aroa, also, new 2 
bdrm duplex. 733-5217. 
SPACIOUS 1 CLEAN ^bdrm- 
homo with large closais, 
elovo. retrlgorator, lenced 
yard, covered 2 car corport & 
redwood dock, 1325 -f dep. 
AURORA REAL ESTATE & 
INVESTMENTS 7344347 or 
evea & wknds 734>1«e5 or 
733<tf33. 

WE HAVE 2 & 3 bdrm tiomoa 
available for rani. Full klt:h- 
on auillaneaa, (encod 
yards. Those homes are 
nearly new & ready lor Im- 



051— Unfum. Houses 



month, with roloroncea. Call 
324-4588 belwnen 12-Q.W . 
3 BEDROOM HOUSE. Edge' 
ol lawn, fireplace, oordon 
spot, oarDoo. t235 por month 
* doposll. Call 733-5045. 
p.17. 3-Bdrm. 1 Doth. 



05(-Unrufn.Apts. 

■ 4DuplexM_ 

-EXCEPTIONALLY Cloan . 2 
bdrm. 1 balh duplex. UIIIIIIob 
paid, llroplaco, kitchen ap- 
pilancBs, corpet, drapes, 
newly painiod & papered. 
Yard wotK^fumlshod, no 

month + nOO deposit. Colt 

734-2270 aliBf epm. 

EXCEPTIONALLY nICO 
spacious 2 bdrm apt. Bath & 
vf, locatod noor schools 5 



Merchandise- 



Oaz-Mfstellaneous .. 
BllllaiTl Suppltea&pool tabta 
solos. Repair, rpcovorlno. 
cues. Bowl adfomgT^gB^ 

DIomondbocK. Sltvor Strdu 
SSO ofl, now at S209.M; 
Mongoose BMX, I20_ oil. 



separalo ollico 
w (carpet fi heal, loncod 
yard. Acroaa Ifom high 
school. 4Qa Mouilco, Evans 
Properly Manaoement. 

r34-140l 

(350. P^^. 3-Bdrm. 1 balh. 
llroplaco, basement, ret, 
stove, lencod yard, garden 
Oaraoo, 15S Buchanan 



Coll734405ai 
EXTRA Lorge l-BDRM. Apts. 
In brick building. Heat and 
wBler lurlshod, cloae to 
■ ]Bndachool.2a34th 



shopping and achool. 203 4t 
SL N.73t5325or324W3. 

complotoly romodeled. 
Laundry room. fenced 
backyard, aarago. 312 Bih 
Avo, E. Evans Property 
Managomenl, 734-1401 
8 Bdrm homo. Family room, 
dblo car gar, covered patio, 
$550 + J400dop,733-3ie7_ 



pln„. 

Warm, friendly & quiol ai- 
moaphore. 1 & 2 bdrm apts. 
t1S5 A t240 mon. 083 Quincy, 

CAU-73*«P0 
JEROME APTS. 1 bdmi, 
SIBO; 2 bdrm. t235. Carpet, 
range, rolrlgorator. dispos- 
al. Water & sont.. socludod, 
J7S deposit, no pels. 1000 
North Lincoln. Inqulf " 
or call 733-7365. 



a Calo 



CARTER HOMES 733-73BB~ 
SEE TO ApproclolO. 1973 
aioodmoro. UtW 2 BDRM, 
W.200. Call: 734-023a. 

SHOW MODEL SPEOALII , 
1SB4 24x50 3 bdrm baaulltui 
Sequoia, 2xS walla, loaded, 
free skirting & no pork ronl 
nil Mbv, 1984 or Ireo DolpUn 



EMmnas S waekenea 
_ PatiYHTDfline734-i4a5 

AVAILABLE NOW: Clean. 3 
bdrm. in Twin, gas hoot, 
drapos & carpeta. Harrison 
School Diat. $200 * dep. For 

^ . . , „, ^ appi, G78-222I oxt 38. eves. 

For BBlo by ownor, 2 acres till Mo«, 1084 or Ireo Doipliin j— gonM lOxSO Fleolwood. 324-8253. 

with _lwo_6haroB of .wator_Canoo^Only-tt4.(W i oaay. -g^ up ht-coimliy: S2300 ot — BEAUTIFUL 2 bdriii'mobilt) 
Boumoosipllown,h)lceylow bonkflnendns-HLIflRYl host oW 324-<240. hJ:™; Si .ppllwcor^Cotl 



Boulhoasi I 

ol valley. Has good pasluro 
BtoK and alroam tor waloring 
animals. S15.O0O. Call- 733- 
0841 or 939-2042. 



038-6ualnB88 Property 

BRICK WAREHOUSE. 4500 
sq ft + office spoco, truck & 
roll loading docks, good 
torma, tM.OOO 

COMMERCIAL BUILDING on 
Locust SI, juai oil Klmbotly 
Rd, 1200 aq II. olllce space. 
roBlroom, 849,500. 



bonk financing. HUflRYl 
Magic Valje^oblla Homes 

19a2-CANYON-CPE3T-'0 ' 
bdrm. 2 bsth. Ownor Movina- 
AsBume paymoniB, ' Call 
734-4000 oxi 49 alter lOsm OH 
734-U27 alhir R-Mnm. 



045-MobllftHom88 



BXRNESnEALTI 
1043 Blue Lakes North 
Call 733^ 
1982 SAHARA -28X80' 3 
bod'oom 2 full balh. For sale 
or irado lor Single wide 
clear. Assunutble loan. Call 

324-4288^, , 

2 BDRM 10x50 Flaolwood. 



boat oflor. 324-<240. 
2**bB wllh room bulll c 
Makes 4 bdrm a 2 balh, C 
538-6427, 



- . - 05g-Fum.Apt.&Dup. MOdom ; bedroom, appll- 

-modlaio oecoponeyr Aurora— BACHEUDR-'STUD10~APT: — BnCDs; ~alr," caiportr- W/D- 
Roal Esiolo & Invosimoni ji^o plus doposll, oil hookup, i27D'mDnlh In- 
734.«3*7 or oves & weekends utm iloa, Coll 733-4248. cludOB some ulll. 734-2330. . 

PaityHl p gina 73^14^5 .^ CLEAN STUDIO wllh washor HBW DELUXE 3 bdrm. Z bath 

J325 4- deposit. WENOeU. ONE bedroom 4 o^or. 5135 per monlh + near CSl. Ranan, garage. 



T itonttr4--tt00gepo3lt.— 
WENOELL-3 bdrm. beam 
celllnga, living room & din- 
ing foom. Kllchen with 
snack bar, 2 lull baiha, 
watk-tn closata & lamlly 
room. (300 + SlSOdeposIl, t 
yOBt leaae. Call 538-8407. 
1 BDRM HOME In HANSEN, 
-panially— fomlahod,- -nice 
vard.CallB2MTl3. 



MOO; HO Car Set. (50; 2 Man 
Tent, 120; Loveeeal, 
Leave name and number al 
324-4631. Coll Frldayl ''• 
CLEARANCE on MaruashlU 
opda, now $130 S aeiociOd 
oihor Items & bikes. Moil 
bolow cosL Hallnor'o KoIt4 
Bike Shop. 336 4lh AvonM- 
Woat. 2 bioeka behind lao 

Poatomco. — . 

w CT Diamond, nearly fitm- 
lesa, roUlled at 1810, will qoll 

l or MOO. B34-4277, «_ 

FOR RENT! 80 aharos oj 
North side canal -wolor. Coll 

&3a-26ai. I.- 

FOR SALE: CRAFTSMAN 10 
Inch radl'l •'"iSiytJ'SS 
new. I250I CRAFreMAN.10 
Inch table saw, like now, 
SZa-, CRAFTSM/KN 18 Inth 
-HoSwrWO: ROUTER* Wia. 
IrfS. CM 731-5859. 

FOR SALE: High PW<^* 
hot waior waahor, 15001b 
pressure PSI, like now, q<ll 
yyuailer 423-8778, 



24x70 mobile homo. 3 voura 
old, taka ovot pymls. A roal 
SiaalalS27.000, ^13<134B. 



-CLEAN 

polo, ," 



COZY 4 CLEAN 1 bcflroom 
house- Fully corpoled. ca- 
rousel llroplaco, garago. 



OlS-MobltoHonMB 



1 BDBM UPSTAIRS, Eloclilc- 
Ity paid. IlOS/monlh. Call 
yj3.jg90 „ ■ 

1 bedroom, edge ol town 
lots ol shodo treea. garaQe, 
oloc. heat.. S20a. Rollrod 
couple prolorrod. Call 734- 



tonco lo stores, Laundramat 
& downtown oroo. Call 733- 

2B02aflor6pm. 

EXTRA Urgo 1-BDBM. Apio, 
In brick building. Heal and 
wolor furlshod. close lo 
shopping and achool. 203 4Ih 
St. H, 734-5325pr324-W43 , . 
FEMALE room mato noBded 
to ehoro 2 bdrm apt. Call 
734-^268 anytim e. 



SUNNY 3-roonmJOrm^n^ ooWDO t^ a Ml^NgUI 

Partially furnished, tias per Double peg board 

month, ullllHos included + - 
noo deposit, no peia. 101 
Plorco, Call 733^405, 



do- 



^Buliaino"wim_-nd|BCont- 
~p4rKlnD~lot— R onovaled.^ n - 

wondeTl, S30,6O0 lorma. 
' owner^nroker — p.O— BOX- 

43338, Us Vegas, Nevada 

oaiis. 

Comm. building. Main St.. 
Jerome. 2300 sq.ll. -f Bsmt.. 
Ex. lerma. 324.8454. ■ 

lH3-Vacatlon Property 

MOUNTAIN RETREAT 
Located on a hill In Island 
Park overlooking Hariiman 




>-waet ot Buhl. Puii water, roix ovonuuKmg n- 
~il3OS0ar~ASBUmable loan.-- Siato^ark and Henry 
- ■■- of tho Snake R'"""-^ 



839 ACRE RANCH 420 aur- 
'tace Irrigated. 1500 -head 
— fead-lotr ■ ■" "' — 



Blue - ribbon -fly- fishing 
close to the Madison River 
and WoBi Yellowstone Monl. 



niynilirs flnln-rollerrI200- 

bushei grain siorage, good 
-.^■.:Bal^fl(__OUtbuJldInfla. 3^ 
homes, one ol the nicest 
' ranches In Ihe Shoshone 
area (650,000, Call Bob 
- Jensen, orllce 734-487S-or 
,.,home, 324-5078. Marketing 
AsBoclates. 

038:^creaBe&.LQte^ 



BEAUTIFUL Rock 
Canyon 2Vt or 5 acr 
owner. 734-2445. 



. by 



, BY OWNER: 120x120 fl lot. 
.2oned lor duplexes, exc 
location. 2 water & aewer 
-paid ; 11 1 . o s o . C a ii73 3 <8iT; — 

■" /■TVUKE^iRRlQWTBO. soulh 
of Joromo. 115,000, Call 

324-6822. 

8 ACRES lor sale by owner, 
spring waler, pump and 
a^dnkler aystem. Call 837- 



home, 3240 SF fncludos 3 
baths, family area, iota ol 

atoragei btg moBior- 

bedroom, plus 1 smoll & 1 
{termor bedroom. Suitable 

-lor large tamiiy-or_!Ql3_aL 
onlflnaining;- ■ . 

Native stone fireplace wllh 
heat exchanger. Library & 
trophy area, utility & shop 
area, big 2-car garage. 

18'xn'~door . ' - - a uto— door— 
oponor. On 2 lots noxl to 
Forest Service Ground. 
(125.000. Only aerlous In- 

?ulrea please. By Owner, 
h; 733-4558 ask for Bob or 
MBxIne or 324-7128 ovenlngs 



YEAR-ROUND Falrlleld Re- 
I roal. Cozy, 2 bedroom 
Home on double Fairfield 
Oily lot. Wllh view ol Soldier 
Mountain. Now plumbing, . 
new wiring, remodeled In- 
side and out, (23,500 terms. 
Will consider ioaae. PHONE; 
7fU.77fl7 



Limited Offer! 

1316SQUAREFEET 



Brooklield 



B^FLEETWODD 



00 



• KHchert-opplianct 

• Shingle roof 

• Wood siding 

16" cavos k 

• Upgrade carpet throughout 

• 2x6 oxtorlor Walls 

—•Calhcdral ceiling — 

• Dual pano windows 

BOISE MOBILE HOMES 



-'-'IdahQ's Largest Dealer-"- 

4774Chindon Blvd., Boise 
376-4661 

"OPEN SUNDAYS'' 



IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY In 
this 3 bdrm, 2 both homo, 
Double oarage, kllchon ap- 
pllancea. (375 -f doposll. 
AURCHtA REAL ESTATE 
7344347 
Evenings 81 WMhanda 
- nrHlmlM 734-1488 



rsss. 



. cm; 734- 



IN KIMBERkV-UnhimlShed 
^'b((rmr*plOKrFalrljrm»w.— 

- -alio- — - 



2 BDRM HOUSE. All electric 
host, (150 month + (75 do- 
poait. Joromo 324-5323. 
2 BDRM HOUSE for ronl. 
"Foncod yard, (150 por 
-|iwnlh:C3f}734-1233,- 



Booro 



hroploi 
-741-GrnnI,-J3l5-( 
monih-Call734-634B. 
2 BEDROOM, baaemont, 
garage, loncod yard. (300+ 
deposit, 210 Filer Avemjo 

West. Coll 734-4S;3. 

(215- 2 BDRM HOUSE. 
Stove, refrigerator & carpel, 
I BlJackson. 733-1148. 
S2B0. P-W. Nice 2 bdrm 
townhousa, 1 bath, carpel. - 
drapes, dlahwsstier. aiove, 
ref. s/c, carport, balcony. 
1 Acroa o from college, ace ess - 
lo woahor 4 dryer. 778 N, 
Washington. Evane Property 



3loc6i 



JEROME. 1 bdn 

baaomoni. S200 ' 
Call 7334394. 



uiimitfD, 



JEROME 2-otofy homo; 4 
bdrm(2 bath. Franklin 
llroplace. large secluded 
yard, dlahwaaher- dlaposal. 
350f monlh, 324^854. 



KIMBERLY, 2 bdrm bouse, 
(150;mm + (75 cleaning do- 

Doall. Call SJ3-5TM lorappt. 
-LARQE. House, ! acrofl.:3; 



FURNISHED apartmoni tor 
rent. All utillllos, (175 8 up. 

Coll 733-6281. 

FURNISHED 1 BDRM Apt. 
Wosbor & dryer acceaa. 
Cfoao to town, no pets, ti65 
+ (50dOpoaH.734-2823. 
KITCHENETTES AND 
slooplng rooms. Phono 

733-7754, 

LARGE 1 bdrm apt. All 
utilltlos Including hoal fi hot 
wolor furnlshod, excopt 
lights. (135 per monlh ■*■ 
doposll. Call J&4-2944. 
LOOKING FORAHOUSEOR- 
APARTMENT7 Call Qulllers. 
- 733-2940.- 



lr^3444QI- 



LARGE2Ddrm.1 
largo qardon ore 

- irWr^to^ias; . ■■ 

MOVE IN TCOAYI An expe- 
rience life S a brand now 3 
bdrm home. Double car 

JBrage. kllchen appliances. 
100 4- doposll. 
AURORA REAL ESTATE. & 
INVESTMENTS 734-63*7 or 
Bvea 4 _w1(ridB 734-1 *65 or 

7334g33. 

Nice 3 room ur\!urnishDd 
houSQ. Gas lutnacD. W/D 
hookup. Couplo preterod, 
RolDfoncoa. No pels. De- 
00311. Call 733-4585. 



Neat & clean 1-bdrm apl. 
-Close to-Bhopping-flif-t200r- 
Coit Evorgroon Really, 

734-3200, 

NICE, QUIET, 1 8DRM opi. 
(155 por monlh ■^ (50 depos- 
it. Water & oarbogo paid. 

Call 733-31 S4. 

Responsible roomates to 
ahare largo house. Contact: 

734-9621. - 

SEVERAL 1 BDRM AFTS. 
Clean. (11CK170. Call n4- 

1333. 

STUDIO. very .- -nice,- 
downtown, hoot.' waler & 
aoQlta tlon turn, no p ots, (1 25 



TWO BEDROOM. With 
. WaahorJOryor hook up, 
StovD, and rolrlgorator. 
Carpots. now , palnl and 
garaflo- Coil 733-8189. 
UNFURNISHED BasomonI 
apartment, (200/monlh -f- 

u)llitlo3. 733-6670. 

~VEBY"nlcoi-Ddnn-duplax-- 
closo In. (236 -t- (125 dep. 

PHONE: 733-4744. 

Washington SL North-Very 
clean 2bdrm condo. Bulll In 
oppls & fireplace. (300 per 
monlh, Call 734-0700 days 
6:30-5:00 or evenings & 

wookonda 734-7031 . 

1, 2. or 3 txlrm apis., un- 
[urnlBfiod. No pom. Call 

733- 0740, 

1 BDRM Basement Apt,. (155 
+ doposll. No poia. Coll 

734- 8511 or 733-2211. 

- tIfiO.- P-3.-1 bdrm. 1-batn, 
nico carpet, stove, 
-vrater/lrash pald.-146 Auslln.- 
"Evana— Prroarty Maiwge-- 



eholvlng & braekels, 
green, oxcolloni shape^^ 
(4500. BOllIng now for JZOpfl. 



UW» 

le. tf&to 



CallTBMOOO. 



GOOD used Soars water 
softener, (150. Coll 734J0B8. 
METAL LETHE lorsalo,»> 
al 425 2nd Avenue Soulh or 
-. call733-14a fl - ■ -- ' * 
MIRACLE WATER SQCT- 
ENER, used 3 months, (100. 
Call alters, 734-4969. 
MOTOROLA MTSOO direct 
dial mobllo radio,, 'phono, 
recharging bose 4 tjjlo ah- 
tenna, . Works on Tol-Cor 
system. Llko new. (1500. 
Coll 326^888. .. 

MOVINQ TO AUSTRALIA! 
Solo Btarts at S:00am Ma;¥h 
24lh. All furniture, appli- 
ances, lawn, garden & roc- 
reatlonal oqulpmeni, on- 
_Ilquoa.-loy8, bikea &<much - 
moro. From Flier Food Store 
qo3W milea S. 4 W. 326-5870. 



-MUST— 



Jlogulallon— 



'^"".■■«n^f"^**™*'*' Blato top pool table, perftct 
ment 734-1401, condl1lon:-Bunk-l>«ra.-lIka. 



month 4 



, no pota, (1 

Dom, Biovo, Tiropiaco, yoio, l_,Tnt„ rfn«ntniun'«fftn' 

BEDROOr 
vo, Irldgo, 
.1733-0886. ■ 



(150. M4, 1 bdrm, 1 boih, 
corpoi. drapoa, refrlg. 248 
3rd Ave, N. Evans Property 
Manaoemont. 734-1401. 
(150 Sludio; (170 1 bdrm. 
Heal, water, stove & rofrlg. 
S33 Shoahono N. Evans 
Properly Renting 734-1401. 
2 BDRM -•- range & refrlg 
furniahed, Also waler 4 
Bowor furnished. In quiet 
location. (25a/monlh. Call 

- 734-0880 or.733-957B. 

2 BDRM, Custom Drapes, 
fireplace, al ove, refrlg, 

Tti Dctrtc^tnnl, no amokara or.'. 



condltlon:-8un k-t™u., - . 
new, can bo doubled, (150 or 
best offer. Call 326-4234. ' 
PLAY PEN. (12; Plng^POnO 
Ubio. (25; Chlldcratt booka 
with bookcase. (80. Call 
734-1210. 



, , electric start; mt 

FlOO Explorer. Power atoor- 
Ing, power brakes, AT, gOod 
con[Jlllon.Calia37-63B0. - 
RESTAURANT EQUIPME/JT- 
An entire restaurant ful] of 

equipment. Evoryltrln g 

~0'ooV~ 'Tghl -dawn- to jno 
boots & silverware, pall 
Tom,72fr6422. 



RENT TO^OWN 
bdrm,"" family" room; 
ShefryCI --" 



1 3 



Call 734- £3£S. 



■RENT WITH OPTION 10 Buy: 
NIcQ 2 bdrm home on 1 aero. 
Ronl (350 par monlh. opilon 
-(45O,~(l00 Cleaning deposit 
plus refetoncos rogutrod. 
-Atfaltamo-MaT-1sl.-Ca!l-734- - 
3670allDr8om. 



— 9th-Ave— East r— Evtno- 
paityManaoamant, 734-1401 
1200. P-6B. 3-adrm. 1 bath. 

Available March 25lh, rol, --■ 

atovo. fireplace, drapos, n Kitchen opts. Cohlo TV, 
carpet, loncod yord. alotoqo convonlont 'oc. *4M55 wk, 
orpa, 143 Borah Ava.-W. -1 201 Klmberly Rd. 733-6284. 
Evans Property Manago- £135. p-74. Sludio. uili. pd.. 
^ mflnt.-734-i4ai~* • ' — — aiovo~K roi.' 3i7"Snoanono" 
3 BDRM. 2 bath home. wllh Si. Evana Property Man- 
double car oaraoo. toncod aoement. 73*-14gl. 

yafd, lull kitchen oppll- - " 

ancoa. (400 per monin ■^ 
(175 deposit. Aurora Real 
-Ejraiir 8 ln v u3t mu ni 73*t3ff— 
-or- evonlnae & wookends. 
Pally Hlpgrna 734-1485. 
3 BDRM wllh lull baaemont & 
double car garage 5 5 acroa 
of pasture £ corrals. (450 + 

depoall. 733-43 93. 

3 BDRM 1345. Ellz. Blvd., 
- (315/mo^-(lD0-dop_Cali;„, 
734-5455 or 733-fllW 



2 Bdrm.,Opon beam celllnL, m 

-llroplrdiahwaBherrdlBpoaal, rHE"i:ARGEST-BBlBCtlQrot 

-slovo-8-refrto;rlaouulr;No— ^ 

DOlB j205. 733-1602, 734-8229 ^ra, rockers, etools. choirs 



(185, 2 bdrm, 1 - balh, 
lumlahod apt., waler pd. 260 
2nd Avo. N, Evana Property 
Management, 734-1401. 
(165. P-4I. 2-Bdrm. 1 both, 
carpot. curtains, gardon 
spot, rol & stovo. all oloc. 
--n-amokoro.-346W-4ih Avo. 



range, covered parking, 
' largo yard, water & gartiage 

pafd, t27Vmonlh + (176 

dep.. No peta. See at 330 
_Hoybum.W, Ask.for Jull*:..^ 

Days 733-3200, evoa 733-4073 . 

2 Bdrm 2 story Apt.(2ia + 

dep. No Peta, Call 734-8511 

or»3-2211. 

2 BEDROOM BasomonI 

-aportmanl, — (185* depo a ll g g e D eoe ly lano torc^ 

No pels, CallJ3tfl5li_prc«!!_(jauges-4-hoae._(85: Stool _ 



ana roll top desks. The Mary 
Carter Corner, 733-3483. 2110 
Fourth Ave. E.. Twin Falls. 
TV TES EQUIPMENT, 
Picture tube toater, color bar 
flenorator^B_l.K_anolyat.8. 
t est lifl. Call 733-B444. 



2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS. 
For Information, Coll: 733- 

5374. 

2 Bodroom 4-plax. Conve- 
niant norlh-eaat location, 
(230 -f deposit. Call: 733- 
- 5151; ■ 



VaPRICESALE 



aoenaenl. 734-141! 



(185. P-43. 



I 1 bdrm, 1 

, *Sove. panial 

ullllllos paid, 536 4lh SI. N, 
Evans Property Manage- 
-ma nL- 734-1401 



saw horses. (15 each; Jig 
ublea.(a5.637-83a3eveB. 
USED PAINTED kllchon cab- 
inets 8> lormica fop; Also 
portable disher. 734-4859. 
USED aol of birch kitchan 
cablnots lor sale, beat offer. 
." Call* 734-4032 or -see - at - 

Northvlew Dtlvo, Twin Falla. 
- WIN D- Mlt;L3;-Ono-pumpor~ 



ulllllles pd. 253 3(d Avo. N. 
Evans Property Manage- 
ment, 7 34-1 401, , 

OSfr-Rooms For Rent 



Cheaper than paper l 
.$l ?f<lb,7W4iaCTaTr- 



) . All % prico ods occoplod by phono, loll-froo 
iir>o coll), or at tho nowspapor offleo, 1 32 

Third Sireel Wost in Twin Foils. 
2, Ads may bo placed for a minimum ot I day and 
up to o moximum of lOdays, 

3 NO REFUNDS FOR QUICK RESULTS. BUT YOUR 
AD AAAY BE CANCELLED AT ANYTIME. 



4. Ploeo your oris oorly, Doodlino 5:00 p.m. 
day proceeding publicolion. Sundoy ods must 
bo rocoivod by noon Saturday. 

5. NOCOMMERCIAL BUSINESS, PLEASE. 



CALL 733-0931 



V2 PRICE WANT-AD SALE RATES: 



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cond. (3M. 734-9075. 
ALL ELECTRIC 2 bdrm 4- 
plox Apt. appliances, caipei 
. &.drapos.. air. condltlonlno.^ 
laundry facllltloa. carport, no 
petB,;(285-i- (160 depesll. 
Available March 1:733-8340, 
All otoct. noar high school, 2 
bdrm. (205 + ■deposu. Has 
roitlg. slovo, water od. No 
Pels, flefareneea, 734-8338. 
ALL ELECTRIC 2 bdrm bfick 
-nlll levaL ;C3rpart. polio, 
«4-re27. 



rfiroo C Property Managers 
734-6658. Open 7 days a wti- 
CASA DEL PRADO: Womed 
2 bdrm opto, very clean, 
modern oardon apts In natu- 

»ra1 soiling, convonlont loca- 
Tlon, Appllancos fumlahod 

• IncludinQ dlahwoshor & dlv 
Doaal. Laundry on promises, 

m chndren wolcome. no pota. - 
Ronl tMsed on Income. 140 
Eaat Elghin Avii II, Jerome. 

call 324-3464. EHO, 

Caaa Grande Aota. 1 bdrm 
-tlB H 3 b dr- — 



—pRIVATE-ROOH'forolderty- 

Borson, For moro Iniorma- 
on call Oneida Ttiomas at 
734-778J, 

057- Mobll6Home 

2 BDRM TRAILER In Jerome, 
Washer, dryar, slovo. re- 

"frlQoraiorr^ partially- 
furnished. (225 per monlh + 
(75 doposlt. Roloroneoa 
roaulrod,324-1258aller Som. 

058- 6fflceRentala 

FOR RENT- 38x50 It, • IBIt 
colling, 3ph power, 4 ton 
crono, on one aero, located 

3 miles West Ol Twin Palls, 
?oa-3BM988 alters. 



YOUTH BED, new miliross, 
-lncludea-b«ulng,.juci]llont — 
condition. (1S0.54M792. 
3200 GAL CAP water aoft- 
oner, programablo timer, 
used 6 moB, was (650 ori- 
ginally, now only (200, exc 
cond. Call 734-;769. ■ 
400' ol choln link tonco, B" 
IllOh, pools & galea In- 
"cludetJ. (1000,^ Call Ar ' 

90% COINS, SILVER Dollars 9 
8, 40% Sliver. Call tor special ' 
Bflea. CCS, 734-4587^ 

068— CompHtefB 



oeg-Camera Equip. 



naz; MoOorn oppIs turn, dw, 
dlspoaai, laundry on pro- 
mlaoo. children wolcomo, 
no pote. Filer 326-4053 bo- 
I WO0.1 1 8.8pm. EHO. 



USE OUR TOLL-FREE PHONE NUMBERS 



lEflOME. WENDELL, GOODINQ, HAGERMAN. . 
BURLEV, RUPERT, PAUL, OAKLEY 



. 53&2535 
. B7S^2552 



TWM FALLS AND ALL OTHER AREAS . 



BUHL.CASTIEFIIIID M-4BW 

FILER. ROGERSON, HDLLISTER 32E-S375 

7334)931 



A paid. Call 734-7717 daya c 
J 734-3191 alter 5pm or wknda. 



OFFICE FOR RENT-740 SF Ol m'^AK? 
modern Office space for (200 npao.. iiiMi 
por mohth which Includes all 
ullllllos & kllehonotto. For 
moro Inlermatlon 734-CT77. 
PRIME OFFICES. Addison 
Avo. E. ocroaa ,lrom 
Albertson's. Amplo parXIng. 
eoo or-^800-.»q.-ft^Phone r 
Doshler" B,:HoU*y,"Raanofa:~ 
734-2822 . 



(208 P-20. 300 N. Main 
Kimborly, Idaho. Largo ol- 
flco Building 1700 act tl. 
Evana Pro^rty Manage- 
menL 734-1401. - ■ 

-3 PRtii-Ji -TJFncEsr 

w/rocopllonlal In Ihe Palla 
Proloaalonal Cenlor, Call 
J3WJ8flO, 



DUPLEX DELUXE. Air con- 
dllionod unit includes 3 
bdrm, 2 bath, largo llvlno 
room with llroplaco, dining 
room, kitchon with slovo, 
dlahwaaher 8 compacicr, 
ullllly room, pilvalo patio oil 
maalor aulto. fenced b«ck 
yard wllh yard caro. aulo. 
opon garago door. Loaaa 
. protorred, (450 por monlh. 
Ca1l324-SD40. - 



065-TrallerRenW 



COLOR DARKROOM, 
BoBolor I3C U XL wllh color 
hoad, Ilka new. MO. Mdny 
other Homa, 733-3lB4,i 

OTP— WantodToBuy 

QUYtNQ S. SELLING all 
forms ol gold & allvor. Con- 
llnontal Qold, 833 Blue 

- Lakea North. 734-4587. : :. 

BUYINQ: Everything In gold 
8. illvor, Idaho Cdin Qallor- 
i o8.302N, Maln,73M593, 
WANTED TO auV: 

WANTED TO BUY: Non 
working appllancoB; Also 
some repair worh done, 

733-0378: 

WANTED TO BUY: Uto 

model-ltlprnaa- whael o r ni n — 

drill, Intematlonal or John 
Doero preferred; AIbo 7]onD 
of hard red Bprlng whoal 
-aeod-of-flu e- t>a r ley- eoed : — 

Call 854-2857. 

BUY nlQhtcrawlora, 



furniahed. CAU.:73«5»-or 
days:72»4432, or 
nlahta:ra8-afll5. 

oee-WoblteHomeSpc. 



072— Antiques 



CEDAR CHEST 4', copper 
bands (200: hwo inlaid 
tablos, old trunk (25 each, 
828-5462 184 Hajolton. 
VICTOfUAN FURNmjRE 
. Call 733C348 tor list ol Homa 
Aprlcos. 



Friday, March 23. ISW TImos-Nowa, Twin Falls, IdahoCrO 



^ Merchandise-Recrcationat 



074-122^ 



074-Mu»ica] 077-Ba(llQ,TV&StBfBO 

' \^*^i^n?I'^''Jr'J*'^ -COLOH Tolovlolons..Uaod. 

BociTlc Quiiw w/hBrd mc |„(,o aoloctlon. From J99.05. 

Amp. Paid (1300. Sell for 

taoo.caiistMan. 



079— Appllancoa 



TWO ANTIQUE Hondnwdo 
Violins In Excollsnl condt- 
llon w/bowB. tSOO & S300. 

Phono 733^n3a. 

' ^Sota LUDWIQ dmma wllh 
a9mb«llB, Complalo. Good 
eAndlilan. roT tsoo. 733- 
Qoea. _ 



- ■QTft-Offlce Equipment 

IBMSELECTRICS . 
,your choico: Cart>on or fab- 
ric ribbon, ail carriaQo 
lenQtha, catnploioly rocon- 

Jllonod wim B 30 day war- 
nly. 11" carrlago aoloctrlc 
— aUSa.nowViia. 



For o«lo: 2 towor (or radio or 
T.V. nnlonnaa. Call <23-C37B. 
GET A Sup;^ buy on 03' 
cloaranco Zonlina. ZlalnIK 
TV, 309 Idaho Streol. Good- 

l no.934-^70 1_. 

RENT A NEWTVI Own a new 
color TV by ronllnfl. No crefl- 
— lIoractiocKod: JtM Main Avo— 

N.CAINS- 733-7111. 

HENT TO OWN: 19" color 
TV. Brand now, only 112.00 
wook. Cain's ' CloarsncO' 
Cenlof 733-7111. 



conaolbunU.tSO. 73*-134a. 
USED COLORED TVS. 



SIIDO SlDE-hy-SIDE for S3D0 
or best ol;or. with ico & 
liquid dlaponaar In dooc. 
nlcoeond.Call733^ara. 
J1400 SIDE-by-SIDE lor 1350 
with Ico & liquid dlaponaor In 
door, nico cond. 7M-037a. 
150,000 e.T.U. Gos-llrod 
bolior. For homo or swim- 
mlng odoI Hootlng-ayaloms. 
Asking 1150. 733-< WO. 



[Qfra'nlood & reconditioned. 



.£73— Sewing &C11R3 

■■^SB Owl Quiit 




10' SATELLITE dish i com- 
plolo aol up, S2S0a or take 
Ovarpayrnonta^543-60B1. 
Shop tiio roai ostoto 
paoea ol classltlod for Iho 
vacallon property you've 
baonwanllnQ. .. _ 

078-Fum.&CarpolB 

BEAUTIFUL COUCH, like 
-now,-H76,-CalU734-3a5£L.or_ - 

733-24a2.' , 

BEDROOM SET: Was S1000 
now, only S350: Couch and 
Chair. tiSO. Coll 734-3006 



AlrCowllttoninfl 



oea-BulMlngMalariala 

RED CEDAR oKtorlor. Interi- 
or, fencing. Channel Rusllc 
V-oroovo. White Pino.-Corol- 
l umber. 3J4.fl120,3Z<-2l27 
ROUGH LUMBER, Treated 
POST i POLES, FEED- 
BUNKS.3;M131.3?6-5622. 
SPECIAL: rough lumber 
S220 lo KtOt 1000. Firewood 

an d posts, 326-4063. 

200 FIRE BRICK, now, 50t 
oach; 42" Hoalilalor 
w/anllquo orllls & 2 oloc 
fans, now. MOO; 16' Woodon 
, QoiJigD-dDor.^coinploto, A JiL. 

! 1000 shape, 1250: 400 linear 
out ol axe gray barnwood, 
»0. 00116374830,. 



OOfr-FannSeed 

CUSTOM GRAIN CLEANING 

"Portablo". Eavo your own 
sood slock for on Iho farm 
oood cloonlna & treating. 
Bulk only. B7Sj7S4 ovoa. . 
TOP QUALITY AUallo Sood, 
aavorol top vaiiollos, Ordor 
nowl Froo delivery. 734-3587, 

Bob Homlllon, 

VERNEMA ALFALFA aood. 
top hoy yloldor hoa ro- 
slstonco lo vortlcllllum wllp. 

-iMClOtlal will, 3lorn_. 

nom^lDdo. spottod alfaljn 



POLLED Hiirolord Bulla lor 
salo. Colaman Puitod 
HorolOfd. Route 2. Twin 
Folia, Idoho, Phono: 733- 

3a4;. 

□uo'lty SlmmonlBl Bulla 
from -»'>'^--^«>*Jhow or 
broo'oi^iu'^-.i-i^'iKHera, -Call 
43S-5724 or 67^0030. 



ip4-Horee3, 



RED ANGUS 
Bulla & lomalos. 
ready, ooay Calving, porlor. 



105-Horea Equipment 

GOOD USED SADDLE 
15 Inch aoal, t275. Call 543- 
5666. 



VTF FoundOtfon Cortlllod 
Seed, cloon rooding, con 
dollvor_jajaa5or.35A7B37. ' 

097— Hay, Grain & Feed 
ENSILAGE FOR SALE 

I2t per ton. Call 423-4734 
alier epm or bElnrflJ ^am-: — — 
FARMERS! Hay wonlod. 
Oood qu 'ly hay and somo 
f oodor hoy. 652-2707. 



HAY, 2 ton Ural cutllno. no 
rain, top quollly. Call a25- 
5151 altorSpm, 



REG. BUCK ANGUS. Bulla 
& Fomalos. Porformanco ro- 
cords. Block Maolc Angus. 
634-6552 or fl3«-5047, 
REGISTERED SHORTHORN 
roon bull, coming 2, lop 
quality, n OOP. fl3«-5S25. 
REGISTERED Santa 
GortrudlB bulla, JyooroldsK 
voaillngB, CaM-DBn-Palecek 

673-6651. 

REGISTERED Chorolals 
bulla & Hotlera lor aolo, 
Guorontood. sallsly, Roao 
Chorolols Ranch. Call 324- 
2522 days or 324-3346 ovoa. 
REGISTERED black Angu'a 
bull. 3 year old. good 
bloodllnoa, long, loll. Proven 
tlOOO. Call 423-5168, 



KIEFER built horso i atock 
, « "°r "Ollora. 15-20 on- lot, Undor 
coating, conduit wiring, 

--->---^__7000fB- 



113-FannSupplle3 

GRAVEL. Crushed roadway 
material, also aand & grator 
woik, 543-6062 or 734-6296. 

NEW STEEL BUILDINGS 

Oiscounlod nil 3-30. 629-5092 . 

Stalls & plpollno. Doublo 4 
.harrlngbono, vacuum pump. 

rocolvor, oic. Siolnloas (ood 

bowla, comploto, tGOOO or 

boBtoIlor. 324-4123. 

500 gal FUEL TANK^on aland 

with hoso & noBlIo, 1250 or 
:oiror;326^in3r-" — — — — 



Exchongo, Hogorman 637- 
6294 days or .733-4932 

oyonlnga . 

PRUITT 2 horoo trailer. Good 
pulllno, dependable, slnglo 
axlo, good tirea. $1000. Call 

43 ^0226. • 

WE BUY & aoll used aaddloa 
& lock. Vickora Woatern 
St oro a 733-7098. 



1l*-Farmlmplemenl3 

ALICE CHALMERS. 1SS 
dlosol. 60 HP. lull cob. low 
hours, wldo tiros on Iront. 

Call 487.2166, 

ALUS CHALMERS C with - 
Iront end loadoc, oood con- 
jlltl Qn.ia9ir67&Jlfc.- • ■ 



m Bots ol Horso hor- 
nnssoa. t200. Call 934-6456. 
1979 CIRCLE J 2 horsa with 
tac companinonL flood 
condlllon. Call 733-3657, 
1953 NEW KIEFER-Bullt 
Horse Slock Trailer. I2,000lb 
Axle, Tack Comparlmonl 
t3500. Call 326-4110. 



afler^pm. 



I ilillcient 
"flwianj-ctejlc lii£injlin( coloi 
-.ianStJei'tn «ll*t1 on i tho"Pi»"— 
;_]Q'uill"ti!Vli)nDiiiliirpnimnOri — 
■-■Ptitlcfn 7310 liiiue pjllem 
~;HiKM"(orQUill"ib5ul7J'-iRS-"--- 

■ 12.75 iBr Mcn -pJllcn MO 
-50( McJi pJiKfn loi poslJEc 

'■"Sna hjndlint. Itni lo; 

• ■WICB Brw*j 0th ' 
""fleidef Miil 

..Tw1nFolUTln..i-M.w« I 

inXn- 163. Old Chflwi SLi . Htw 
•--Xat, Ml 10113. Ptini Hjmt, 
TTTaBiliTO-Jlip.'ritlim-numbti. 
-n««Otlll NtXI IHAII .1.11 0(1' fIC-V 

:)9Hi NiffiurRflii i:flTnu)ii 
..■.jurmrnt -liiiiaiJ-UU - 

■ ■ -*U CRUfT BOOKS. .S750 eich - 
IY„A" B™*' CitilDj-jda 5IK 
-^nch-f onwilin -indrtimdlintr— 
.. .-435 Oolli i ClolhM On Piiidf 
""134-14 Oultli Michinc <)<iMi 

^ 133 FMlilon Home QvM'ng 

"HiJl-ddd » Bl9(li QuiItt 

l29'6uitli 'n' Eti) Iiinilen 
' :.rj3S-EflKlepe PilcAaMk Qtillli — 
""12S-T)iillt]f CtiItT FIniti 
— li^-Pclil QuilU 
. I •"tJI'Pillew ShH-Olli 
""■llB'Crochil wilh Squiin" 

* "ll7.Ea»T M e) Httdltpoinl 

lM-Compl(l( A1|tiini 
.-'■{llJ-Pilti fklthani 
ifj lIl'Eity An Bl Hiitpifl CtBchel 
IS T I09.S«w+Knil (Btiic IIuue Inci) 
107-lniUnt S*wlni 

--lOS-lnttinlf ithian 

ilMoMT 



-etU&f LORAL-oofa lor-oalo.-^ 
In good condlllon. Phono 
733-7149 aftpr4:30Dm. 
CASH lor flood used 
furniture and oppHonces. - 

Rannor. 733-1421. 

Couch, rocker, chair. 2 ond 
lablea & pony ubio. motch 
aat.t400fbea1o»or 733-3346. 
PROP LEAF tnapio dlnoito-4 
chalra. S200; Gold sofa & 
l ove Beal-S250. 637-4778. 
KINO SIZE walerbed, book, 
ahnll hoadtward wlih mirror 
lasa than I year old.' SZK< 

OBO. Bill. 734^, 

SOLID OaX loblo & 5 
hlohback choirs, oncellnnt 
condlllon, UOO. Call 734-4890 

nllerBpm. 

4 DRAWEfl choBl ot draw- 
ora. 3 dirteroni linlshoa, only 
SSg.BS. Ctln'a ClMTtnee 



063-Gamae Sales 



-OLQSEOUTSALE— 



FURNITURE, appliances, 
fabric pallorns. misc. Sol 
only. 9-5. 2SQ Borah Avo 
Wosl. 



079-Appllance5 



SATURDAY ONLY. Morr.h 
24, 6:30 to 4:n ol 239 Du 
BolB, TP. BIkoa. alroltor. 
Urea, clolhea. dishes, 2 
l oBpaiLalereoa, 
YARD SALE. March 23 & 24 
from 9:0O-9:00, Boby Hams, 
cIoihosBlio&'12, furniture & 
mioc. 2293 Foroat Vala, ofl ol 
Klngaaalo Item Easlland, 
e FAMILY 'SALE: Kid's 
elolhoB, toy), Honda XR7S, 
lurnlturo, compular, misc. 
Friday 9-5. g440Ellrflbclh, 



HAT-GROWERS 

STANDING HAY WANTED 
FOR 1984 
3 cuttings, minimum 100 
acroa, sprinkled -around 
only. ConaldornbLo _down_ 
payrnent . Wi I i-cona Idor-* 1 1— 
proposals Including reaular 
custom work. Top line ol 
oqulpmonl. Dalo Ewersen, 
78M776, coll anytime or 

l oavo mosBOflo. 

• MANURE SPREADING 
Loo's Custom Farming 
32M964 or 326-4 703.- 
Straw for sloo. larga bales. 
'mUturo of soma Hoy. 
Ilfbolo, 350 balOB total, 
432.5312 or 432-5463. ' 
2nd crop hoy for salo. No. ' 
' rain. Will soil amoll omounis, 
7N. 'AW,Joroma,3i4-5ttBi . 

20 TONS of HAY. 140 per ton. 
Call 432-53<0 or 432-5248, 
260 Ion Alfalfa, no -..In. cov- 
ered slacks. Call S44-2650 
7om.-10:Mpm. Ask lor Toby. 
SO TONS choice Znd 



X,^ln"Zn qKSnk S Soni 20' 5lh whool trailer. 7' wldC. 
t^MVnrtlel^R HOW tiros. OKollont condi- 

3^m^^ ^^ _,lon, 13700. 0011766-3314, 

10 GOOD, big. pdllod. white — : — — " ■ ' — 

326^934?°-" 1»-Swfne 



CASE 

TRACTOR SPECIAUSTS 

USED EQUIPMENT 
John Doore 4020 
Cab. powor shin. 

16,9x38, noweng JSOOO ' 

John Oooio 2030 

145 Loader S6500 

John Dooro 4430 

. Cssii^ 




'AtOM LETiS ME TAffi ONE CA-NDV A WY.THE OTHER ONES 



114-Finiilmpl«Twnt9 

FORK UFT, Toyota, 4000 Ibo. 
side ahlli. oxc cond. t7500. 
-Cb»-733-491B.- 



EXPERtENCED HOOF 
TRIMMER, Till-lablo. Call 
- 733-S7P5, onyUmB: - 



Reglslerod Spot ond York 
boara. Call 324-«ftS or 3:4- 
2216 altor 6;30 or wakandi.- 



3 yr warranty, duals , , 130,000 
Cose 1070 

Cob, 83pd trans S7600 

Case 1070 

E»wo^s^l!t^cab S9*00 

"l?7fl!?5b"aalr JIT^SM ^7\^iv{rvFKSsisrOSn — piTOlnBTTrototMilntrSliorai; 

o^T-jjnB ahoelng, 326-4631. 



FUEL TANK, 500 flal, ' 
w/sland & nearly now. Has 
lll1or& good hoso, S2as. Coil 
OOUO at 1^33-2048 or 3a4.n65. 
HeSSTON-riaWrTBAeTpR- 



H.M. Incorporttod Manure 
Hauling. Call: 324C311 or 
324-5771 or324-3017. 



12 HEAD mixed slock cows 
with calves by side, ,Call 

537:6558; 

HOLSTEIN 
._ lorB, wlltealvt 

olJuna,colfpcna.3 

! year old reglsierod 
Horolord SuIIb, one or a 
Iruehtoad. Larry Uckley 

324-2005. 

- 2 YEAR OLD Anouj bulls lor ' 
SBlo, Call 432-»35 Sugor 
Annua Ranch, 

2 YEARLINGS, block 7f6 
3iahmo Bulls, groal tor 
' holforo. Coll 733-7346 altor 

5:00 p. m, 

20 HEAD Shorthorn & Mixed 
Slock Cows. IncludoB 10 
polf 3. 837-W49 or a37-<9in 



DAIRY QQAT8 
Milkers & Kids: Alao cream 
aogatglonColl 324-3437. 

112-lfTtoatton 

Automatic screen cleaner. 
S100. 1200 loot of 6 inch 
aluminum milnllno. 
n. 65 J loot. 934^70. 

QATEOPIPE . . 

&'undarOroundPVC 
Amolh Irrlgallon & Supply 

5&4777 

HASTINGS 
Gated & Undorground 
Bill Mothers 423-5647 
IRHH3AT10N EQUIPMENT 
Uaed solid aolj Used 
handllnes; PVC gated: 10' 
Alum'- " ■" 



Case 2390 
Cab.alr,.1000hrs. 

4 year warronly 133,500 

Cose 2090 

Cab. air. 4 yr warrunlyt25.S00 
Wairanly on Usod Case 
Tractors - 

BURKS TnACTOn CO. 

731«43 
KlmIwrtyRwdE.T.F. 

* ■"END GATE 
DRIL-RLAUGERS 



S37-440a. 



f,1ASSEY FERGUSON 65 
dlosal tractor with duals. 

011326-4845- ■_ 

MASSEY FERGUSON 230 
diosel. EKColleni condition. 
214 houra. Call 4234396. 
MOHRLANG MIXER raedor 
beds, manure bods & fOM 
handling oqulpmont, Mitch's 
Repair. Ml West Ave- B. 
Jerome; 324-4351i — 



Recreational 



IZD-AvfatiOfi .. 



' DOUBLE "OVEN— oloctrlc- 
ranao, oxcollani condlllon. 
3a5ti.6all 32*4437, 

-EloettIa-ranaD..S100..R0frlciv 

-orator.— «1»,—Weahor-*- 
Dryor. MSO pair. Call 734- 

- OSaTalteran,mi-. - 

FROST FREE rofrlgorator. 
Runs good, 1125. Call 733- 

7313. 

G.E. rofrloerator, runs good, 
1150: sinaor sowlna 
maehino, straight siich, lis. 

call 733-3286. 

0,E, whito refrlfloralor, " 
Qood condition, now only 
$».9S. Caln'a ClBinuiea 

Conter 733-7111. 
-WARDS 23 cub II aide by 
oldo rolfigornlor,— glaec - 
aholvos, «50: Souta bulll-ln 
^IMi-BoUi- ■ 



DRY PINE, spill & dolivorod, 
W5 per 3/4 ion Pickup load 
. orriSpor ^lood. 733-78 



Now custom porlubin— loQ- 
npllltor. 1750. Coll ollor 4p.m. 
7a3-6473. ■ 
WE'VE GOT A LOI MORE 
Firewood. MS pot lovoi v. 
Ion pickup toad: cut, split & 
doMverod. 324J563, ._ 

0B 7-Plajia&TfW8 
06^-yarifltyFooJa 

OOO-PetaaSupplios"' 

"AKC^ Gorman snopnnrd 
Holno'd: with" funTHOO/OlfOf " 
to good h omo- 734-7770. 



60cbalo,lnKgall..324-2574. . 

-(SS-FaimsftirRBnt- 



1CW— Horaos 

—ABC's — ou!1h orBomanahlp — IrrlgatorSrOal a |ump on. the. 
laughl- A Bridal Path lo ride, season. Portablo. hydraulic 
also Indoor oiono-your pIpoproaa.Wecomntoyou, 
horso or ours. Harimanla — RopalraJJochaiii.iD.6 Inch.. 
Fun F«m_73Wra or 733- All wofi; guaronipod. Can 



BUILDINGS WEST 
CONSTHUCT10NCO. 
- 734-7214 



tlonor, 19800: Vermeor big 
round baler, foedor, trons- 
port, twin rack, lop condl- 

t ion- 734-B296, 

NEW HOLUND 430 balor; 
Now Hydraulla markora; 
1949 QMC 2 ton parma 
aproador. All In excellent 
condlllon. 734-0657 beforo 
6;0Qa,m.oratlar6i 



OPEN HANGAR SPACE for 
rant at Jsromo Airport. 
Contact Bob Fries Sr. 733- 
9233 daya, 733-7025 avea- 
SEE t))o Affluing Avid Flyer, 
mo ultrallia alTamatlve at 
Atlaa SalOB, back of Pay & 
Pack, Call 7344219 ovea. 

ia-Boat8&Acce»a. . ' 

Evinrudo & Marctjry Moiora, 



wiih drop aidos, hoii 
-c onltola. Call324.22fl2, - . 



1 W YARD KILFER Carry-AII,— bMla-ji-jBW^ 

JOHNSON A Mareury Oul- 



Cory unopp, BTB-aaa, ohapo, JlaJO; Farmatl M. 733^97, Marina 733<i4l. 



Waahor and Dryor, t75 oaeh. 
Rolrlgeralor, r!30'-and up; 
Ranges, 



-VI/ATEB-S0FTENER.-4 -yonra 
old. Miracle Soft. 1750 new, 

now $350.734-1284. 

V^ESTINGHOUSE RANGE, 
40 Inch, chromo Irlm. white, 
no denia- Call 733-0471. 



-073-€awlno& Crafts 



"AKC— LAB; — Female, n 
monlhs. With doo houao- 
t o (lood home, 733-0 S50. 

black, 1 yoltow. Champion 
BIOOdllnoB, S300. Call 345- 
6944, Seise, ' 



_ AEC_REGI5TERED Buff , 
Cockers, 0 monihs old, S1S0. 
shots givon., wormed. Call 
934-4709 alter Bpm, OR 352- 

4m 

BEAUTIFUL DOG HOUSES. 
3 aliosi priced rigtii. 122 

-3DlfBr no f ra rgre>ll7a3^450F= 



EXCELLENT PASTURE FOR 
"RENT." Fuiimiod~on"d"woir" 
fonced, With loading and. 
handling faellltloa. Coll 

543*082! 

FOR SALE OR LEASE-ZOO lo 
3S0 aeroB with pivot & 
whoola tlnoB ol Richllold. 

Coll 726-3510. 

PAY MODERATE water 
costs 4- lS0_an aero allor 
you soil your crop & ronl or 
■ buy 200-lSOO ncrna of o«c 

In'"o)yalir {2W]'°ia i-7aT^ .' 

GmndV ln wT ' 



Inlalra 



, 10 I 



. AQHA SORREL MARE 
~4- yoara old, cow sonser 
■groon btoko. Call 734-3863 
pilar flpm. 

FOR SALE: e AQHA Horses. 
YoarllngSi started colls<ond 
l ifoodmorea. Call: 734-5107, 
FOR SALE: a year old ronch 
work Qoldlng; 3 yaor old 
roglslorod Qeldlng- siarlod 
on callloi 4 yoor old work 
, horso, 1400lbB, would make 
good pack norso,-K00,-Call-- 

ftM314, 

"Horso ahoDlno and trim-" 
■"■mlngTGFa'dualO TflWorr Call- 
Tom Jonas 423-4217 Ovoai_ 
■-HORSES WH'"'BA"n:"" o^ 
trodo- Roglntorod, grade & 
..Call 326-4631. 



n tnile 10" lltterairono gated - 
plpo for sale. Call 934-4080 
ovenlnoB. 

PIPE 
PVC & Aluminum 
PVC Underground 
Pipelines Installed 
Plpo alralghtenod 

7awoi3 

Bob BallBVPIpoSale a. 
Sprlnklsr HoadBoiHiiidera 
-. -1612 Main, auhlS43mu 
Guar, rebuilding for Noiion 
RalnBlrflA WeatnerTec. 
-WE-SERVICe-a-rop«lr-Bll- 
maKoa of center pivots. Low 

lanWr- 

Maglc 



- SIngiB' Iront, - -■2" -way 
hydraulic, good shape, 1700. 

. 734-4897. 

FOR SALE: 1980 Hoaalon 
eOA Slokhond ond toadlng 
ayatom; 1U3 Farmhand lub 



733-6897. 

2 440 MODELCurl ' row spud 
plontera, (4000 oaeh or mako 
oiror. Call 368-792fl days, 
368-2961 wh ndB or eves, 
4~-- Irrigation Pipe tSSOfU 
milo. 3Dio John Doero gaa 
Tractor, cab, loader, grapplo 
lorka, good llraa, new paint, 
low houra'STSSO: 13' flal bod 
International Scyl, gas, dual 
llra8,'duol gas tsnka, rein- 



boat. Folds lo a msro 4" L^-. 
mounis to slda ot RV, «xe 
condition, 32«6Sg, 
t4 fool Savar-Cnft, 1B81 75 
horao Johnson, Wllh 
powor-tllt and irlm, Oood 
oondltlon.g8B5. 352^201.: 
IB' FISETIFORM BOAT, Easy 
load trailer^ 113 horse power 
Mercury meter with llllj& 



Avonuo. Twin Falt3, 

Dccoptlno bids lor , ,^^^„„. 

loo3o-of-1B3-crop-ac(oo.-2S fjWw xiiifiViry-tin r^inr— fm 3 0— LINES -AtM-XOl , 

'TcrM-orp-aTmanonrjSIiaiutTf: hrooklnoor IrolnlnoTSoori^ g6o"d condillon. con dellvar. 

Land locSlod 4 miloa NE ol gf,°cod 1 rSatio 'coll Ca" 734.7052, 

- - - - — SECTIONS,. HANDLINE._ 

1040 feet 4 Inch molnllno. 10 
, borne power pump and 
yoor oias, wiiiVill SnTormVT, mojor^ ""'^ 
PhONE: 733-7548 or 733-7348. ""n"'"' 
" Altof SpTr — ~ 



FORD 3000 Gob Tractor, 
apood, power nloorln 

Good ahnpo. 733-0050. . „_(ercod.lrainB,_lfallot_imclu:..uinL^ McalHrit ■ ctmdiiii 

HESSTON soso'swiiihot 16 S1950; 16' bed tondomjaKlo Call733-a33ior734-32tH- : 
loot. 300 hours- Call M7- ' ' IfaJljOl!'""^^^^^^ 16' GUSS PAR I/O wllh lilt 

-4400. $1860; Wold nflUblo*«5<a — [„tlm-,-to«i<td-wlth-oxtr.a^ 

— CAfitnnj^iiltf 1 AViA SO' fifn Call324-576I 

ihw'fampaj'naw condlllon, 

tvonlnaa. 

i Bon com- 



Coi^lliirord .Tdotib. Tho eov:_. E,^44 Jno" ' 
nrnrnnnl inservQa IhO r Oh — i **«-*n«!' , »*™ 2a3H ±r-T — = , 



ornmont losorvos Iho right 
lo roioci any and all olFors. 
Tho doadlino for submltllng 
tho bids IB Match 30, 1984, 
-This propoily.loaaed wllhoul- 
regard lo race, erood, color, 
SOX, ago, marital atalus, or 

national origin. 

.WANTED TO RENT: 
Farmland. Buhl & Caatlolord 
rarMrp,BlLa£±5^*:: 



'Ouanor 



Horso 



TRACTOR; 

.lOUrs,' BXIO dUOIB, I 

now tiros, naw bollorles, 
I8OOO1 Four 18" Watts rosol 
'Clow,— new-<aya-ehins:.-wllh ' 
NH 3 unll, $4S0a. CatI allor 

7 pm, 543-5 5M 

IHC 140 4 boitom pio«. IS" 
- ■■ 32ft-47'" -- 



aland. 324-34M. 



in rww. MMMOHDrSia— 

Ctiovy 10, Blareo. bulii In ico 
cooler, convortibio top with 
wInrtnWff. t**Y r- 
Thls boat Is Immaculatal U 



Call 



750 



~ovo nlngg: 




ClostKlcd Crafts plans & pa»"' 



CALICO BASKETS. Colorful 
PMilMd ilii; 7 lncn«l >q>" 
No.lSIO-lU*S 




:h pntKt. Or, Mnd 11 



Supples, 8 whs olif, 2 maids, ' 
f emotes. SIro Is champion, 
ralod In top 5 ol Roilwollor 
males In US. Pups ready loi 
loving, coring owners 324« . 

aiOOdayaj 32 4^ 206 eveS; 

„SREO ROYAL-Rog English- 
SoMor, male, 5 years. Good 
with kids, must socrllico, 1st 
— KOi akoah ln 1.326-4633,^ ^ 
DOXIE DACHSHUND pup- 
pies. Long hair minlafuro. 
rod & brlndlo. purabrod. 6 
wkS. tSO.- 734-4875 



FREE GENTLE Bluo/Dlngo 
Cross. 1 yr. lomolo. Out ot 
' '"lOto'^K) Loves kids. 



FREE TO QOOD HOME: 16 
mth old male Golden Ro- 
triovor. Nice eloan dog, 
aanlally trained. 637-4830. 
LAB DOG, 9 month old 
lomolo, hod shots: Now 

doghouso lor sale. Call. 

326-5295. 

PROFESSIONAL 
QROOMINGI Vacationing? 
I'll board your dog. Chorl 
- MlllerKennel3i423-6t04.- - 
TOY POODLE "Chorubs 
Dodo Thonka Cormos" won 
mo|or points Inat wookond 
toworda hor clinmplonahlp. 



TWO KITTENS -to Give Away 
FREE. DoclawodL Noulorod 
& Box Trained, 733-9377 

days 'anytime. ■ 

WERE DOG TIREDI 2 Choice 
AKC Gorman Shophorda 
lott'- 10 weeks old, 1125. 
733-2600 or 734-3426 ovos. 

- m.YEAR OLD.Callco.cot. 6 . 

- month-old whlta-kltlun. U1 - 
oaeh, covnin tho piico ot tho.. 
aho'B, Co ll 324-2375. 



I Farmers' market 



085~Fenillzer& Soils 



.. . , NTED: Faim piound to_ 

- crop-ahaio or caah~ lu'o'sil. . 
Would llko good wheal base. 
Within 30 mllos from KluV- 

bcr ly. 423-4843, 

»0 IRRIGATED. ACRES lor 

—ront In tho woat ond or Buhl . 

areoo, 120 acros bool con- 
— tract.— Sond-reeponaos lo 

Box A-57. c/0 TImoa Mows. 
■ Box 548. Twin Falls. ID 33301 

- OOS-PaslUfoa For Hunt _ -. 

HIGH VALLEY PASTURE, 
"■for~150 polr3.~Bcw-" 824. - 

Wondell, ll5S3355. 

NEED PASTUR E for2W-2000 

"TTei toTorwiifpaytop- p ricmrrr 
well fonced. , (206) 634-2672- 
PASTURE AVAILABLE for 
up to 150 hood of cattle. Coll 
B29-5B40 or 734-8474. 

WANTED TO RENT; 
Irrloslod posture, £a\\ 324- 
2822 days or 324-3346 
o vonlh'na, 



ANGUS BULLS & roptoco- 
rnonl hel I eror Howard Angus 

Ra nch 541-41115- 

CATTLE BRAND Single digit 
V on loft hip. Now elociiic 
Iron, mako ollor. Call oarly 

mor nmga32B-43 71. 

COLOSTRUM lood day old 
colvoa. hollora & bulla lor 

solo. Call 324-3438. 

COLOSTRUM FED day old 

. calvoa-,tor_salo Contact-. 

' Teresa , -Mag lo- Vol ley-Oalryr- 

438-6292. 

FOR -SALE: 20 month old 
Reglatorod Toxas Longhorn 
. b_U lT--|^II.B62-3385lnOflKlo y_^ 
"GOLDEN VALLEY PACKERS 
Sloughlor 8. looder cows & 
bulls. PIK cows go dlioct to 
sloughlor. Scale. 1 mile E-ol 
Cleor LakoB road on Bob 
Barton Hy or S mllos S. 3 W 
■" kIoU * " 



Stondlno rocisiorod POA. 
Stud. TRoyaf Monarch, aon 
of Moki Monarch. Broodinp 
loo: SIM. Dlscounio to 4-h 

_and^^4_msffiiba[a^cnii:. 



-etruiNES-ot-iialld-sDrin- 
oxcollonl condlllon: 2 newer 
' 40 aero Conler pivots, 8 
Thunderbird & 3 A&M whool 
linos in top shape, 
AMERICAN IRRIGATION 



600 FORD TRACTOR and 6 
'foot- Blada,"S329o. Call-e29- 
-«1Tr 



lor 560, and 3 pi, adaptor lor 
«0Jraelot-32ftUM0 avaia^ — 



6800 JOHN DEERE edible 
boan eotnblne. Oood shape. 
S row colt-ahank corrlgaler. 
Plow packer for a 4 bottom 



in f allarBlli- 



■?i^n*Srade°RM"'H"on Scott Lukohart376-1206. 
■ rhi^Toke. should fool tn 80 ahttros of Norlhslde Canal 
April: 10 monlh.old AQHA Cojnpony woter stock, call 
bSckskIn Mlly. Call ee2.33a5^-.bo'ofo Snm- 

-l nOa.<ley. - - 324-5013. 

11 YEAR OLD aotrQl_AQH"A.__ — r:^ ~ ~ 
stallion- Grandson of Go- - H J— farm Suppllos 
Man Go AAAT, Earned regis- ■ _ „ - „ ■ . 

lor ol morll In Wyoming on 330 Gallo '"■ — 

. charlol. Colls snow corpprosB 
■ -dlapoBitk 



d allot epm. 



r. Coll 734-4005. 



rocK picker, loader, manure 
aproodlng, awathing, baling, 
cail5WiMerS4iMai1- 



-50-FILLED,-B0-porlly llllod 
i' Boo Boards, nico clean 
-bonrda: Call 438-8350; 



-d:D!-4040,-OBb-4-alfr-300- 

hours: J,D. 4640, power 
"Iront," eab-S-alrrJ.D. 4230. 

cab & air: Allls Chalmers 

7000, cab & air; J.D. 4020, 

power shift: Caso 14' disc, 

now: Case 229a:'powor front, 

row nrs; Case 4690,- 4x4, 

pro. 3 pt, duals. Wlll.trado. . 

B lilLeuQhmlller73»CT1,- - ■ 

M. FARMALL, good eondl' 

lion with Into ■ model Wide — — ; — =- 

Iront. 12 voll aystom, $750, .C ustem Manure 8; 

coil a2 5-5 oa7Wior7pm: — eaiiBiemBowBrrr 

MIFT-MOdfll 570 PLOW;~4 ■ ■ CU_ST0M-MA^1URE-HAUL- 

-boltom-..1fl'.'.-_ IZOOO,-.C 



. MnsaengBr"324-22«5. 



73341302. _ 
1073 FIBERFORM 18" Trl-huir 
with 150 HP Merc outboard- ' 
Exc cond with cover & iroll- 
ar.733Wger 733-3809. ■ 
~1080T;OW"HOURSr3:8-MP— 
Qano Fisher oulboard eng, 
$200 tirm. Gill 543<I27. 
10SO 27 foot Bayllner, Sun- 
bridge Family cruiser. Fully 
■«qu Ippod.and ready to-go. — 
Call Boise For Jim Brandt: 

382-6207, _ 

tBU Seaawtil IB fool. 140 
horse -power, in- 
board/outboard, Ukfi new, 
16500. 3244^. 
B,S -EVINRUDE 1977, just 
.ovorliualod with S oallon 

unk, ITDO: isas bears 
-eleotrlo,' 30ib ihruBt.uaod 
t wice, »173: 537-6877. . 



^ 122-Spoftino6ooda- 



— QUHS FOR SALE!.,-. 
Wholeialo + 10%. 
Call 7344402 after 5 



-Wandc 



— ScaJoft...! 



—GOOD GRADE lfl{l'iolI, doT 
Call lor Inio 733-4299, ^^ j^,, „„,g ^g,, ^ 



. — llliors, soil - 

conditioners 8. post con- 
trols, Coll Fousl Bio-Ag (or 
your (arm & gardon 
sugp[les,Call32S-48S3. 

(Se-FvmSaed 

Fc sale by owner. 2 acres 
with hwo sharoa of wator 
aouthoost ol town, Nico view 
of volley. Hoa good paaluro 
oreo ond stream lor walorlno 
onlmols. $15,000. Call 733- 
0G41 or 939-2012. 



Johnson 733-6298 cot I net. 
GRASS CATTLE. Holstlon 
200 to 500 pounds- Call 536- 

2115; 

HEIFERS -Love Longhorn 
bulls & you will loo. Quality 
roglslorod Longhorn bulla. 

Coll 366-2384, 

Holsloln Hofors. Cloao up. 
Call before 6 am. or otter 7 
om. 532-4326 or 532-4278. 



BIG 
PROFITS 
ARE MADE 



HY IISIING 
mUH SI HVK ( 



service guide 



and directory 



ADVERTISE 

" ■* YCKin" 
SERVICE SPECtALTY 
IN THIS DIRECTORY 



Your ad will reoeh 22.000 
_!a[nlllii3_OYoadoy.and_thD_ 
results will amaze you. Coll 
today and ono of our f ilendly 
Ad-vlsora wilt help you word 
your ad so that If will bo 
-most ellectlve and bring you— 
'Iho rasulls you Oro looking 
(or. 



OCONSIRUCnOW— 



Bockhoo &_lruch service.- 

roosonablo rotes. Ask for Al 
Clows on. 733-4727- 

BL00A3K FOR FRE&EBT. 

Comploto remodeling or 
now construction. (Guying 
molotlab through own 
lumber yaid.) ColT 423-4864 
' flttorepm&aakforRon- 



fllllLDtNQ MAINTENANCE 

Build some things 
Repair moat things ■ 
Remodel onvl hlno , 733-2177 - 
Looklng lor a friend? Fliid 
llltora of crittors In 
ctosalllod. 



Romodol or now con- 
struction. Nothing too largo 

or small. 734-3144 

CONCRETE WORK 

A&A Conciele, patios, 
driveways, oil flotwork, guol- 
l ly work, froo oat. 733-1653. 
EQUIPMENT FOR HIRE 
Bockhoe work, blosllng, 
troo trimming with buckoi 



FRUfTTREEPRUNNlNG 
And dormant oil oppllco- 

— liori— Call-Ron'STljindscapo— 

324:7286. 

GRAVEL & TOP SOIL 
For drlvawoys, parking 
lots; etc. You haul or wo con 
dollvor. Northwest Crone 

-.flnd-RlD0lnQ,J33-l?34 : : 



'1000-tona'm-inch-bo!l(»"$ 
ton d 
3a24-anYttfT' 



HOUSE (LEANING 



LANDSCAPING 

SUNSET UNOSCAHNG. 
Pruning, powor roking, 
wookly molnlensnce, spring 
cloan-uo. 734-8188. 324^12. 



LAWN & YARD CARE 
We powor rake, haul away 
thaich & mow lowni. Also 
lorlilizor, spraying, Irull 
troos & shrubs prunad, 
sprinkler system,' Inslallo- 
lion & repair. Froo est. Coll 
Yard Creations 733-7804. 
LAWN & YARD CARE 



Ing & edging. 
" hm o5(imiiiflB.>%r(]UAmy^ ' ' 
dopendoblo work coll Gene 

Sharp 733-5559. 

MAGIC VALLEY PAINTING . 



- Commerciol,-— rosidenttol,— 
interior 8. exterior. Free 
o^ilniatoa. Coll 733-1008. 
MOBILE MINI STORAGE 
Storago spaco thai move a 1 
For farm, business or home. 
-CalUS7S-048e-^-alie^-&>mr— 



678-8793 oj- 678-3756.-^ 



Interlor-Exlodor, " roason- 



PAINTING Intarlor/Bxinrlor. 
Belter Job-choaper prices. 
Free estimates. Work guar- 
anteed- Cali Bob 734-093Q 
PAINTINO /WALL PAPER 
Interior & oxierlor, rosi- 
dontlol or commercial. po\i, 
brush or spray, 12 vrs oxpe- 
rlence, lowest rates, free 
nst. 733-B074. e7B-4fln7 



Advertli* 
f^r OS llllle 01 

^ ^ perdoy 

Call 
733-0931 



PLUM BtNQ AND WELDtNG 
Stutzman'a Plumbing. 
HOBlIno & Woldlng. NOW, 
r omodol & repair. 73>71i4 

POWER RAKING 

Lawns pwr raked 4 vacu- 
umed, evorgroons Irlmmod. 
1 7YraoxD. Froo est. 733-7234 
RQTOTTLUNG 



l oba- Call 733-4209- 
SMALL EWOIHE REPAIR 
^ La wnmo ware, — rotoUIlera , - 



SPRING CLEANING? 
Wo work as a team. Faat 
end eiriclenL Home or ol- 
f lco. 734-8121 or 733^673. 



Build, now, romodol, add 



Troo & Shrubbery Irlm- 
mlno. Froo est. Insured. 

Mm'VTrnnr^m 734.14n4 



Trees &' shrubs topping & 
romovol. Free oM. John 
McBrlde 733-0B39, 734-4385. 
WINDOW CLEANING 
35 yoara as a professional, 
no runs, no streaks, no or- 
fora. Call 543-6550. 



C-iO Tlmo9-New8, Twin Falls, Idaho Frrday, Mo"ich"23:t 



^ RBcrcatianal'Autawnative 



122-136- 




"It's stortin' to rain, Mommy. Can we finish our 
game in the house?" 



135-Cyclfl33iSuppllfla 

FOR SALE; 1B« Honda 
aOXR, Excollont contlltlon. 
Coll 734-S552 or alter £pm 

. 734-7629. 

HONDA 350CC ROAD BIKE.' 
Now llroD & baltory, oloctilc 
3loct^fin"d condlllon, 1300 

r ; •■■M-a-tjQallof 5pm. 
MOPET (PUGH). Mko now 
condition. 61 mllos. 1500. 

Call 734^1262- . 

MUST SALE: IBfll SuiukI 
SP-50a ENDURO, 4 cyl. Good 

.condlllon.-Jaw.inli oa'.Soo . 
appraclalo. Moko on ollor. 
Coil: 733-9133. 



13S-CycIS5& Supplies 

MUST SETl: 1B33 YAMAHA 
Y-Z 490, Excollont condition. 
11400 or moko ollcc Coll 
ovoninfin: -l^S-K IW.. - — 

"SUZUKI RM4657"vory low 
miloa, oxcallont condition. 

1 1195. Cnll5 4 3-<B7t, 

1B75 KAWASKAI 250. 
Excollonl condition, S450. 

C all 734-2652. 

1075 KZ400. lull dross, now 
roof tiro, craoti bar. S5&D. 
CALL 734 -3554. 

- — — ia76400SUZUKI - 
Good stiapo, S450. Coll 
423-4472. 



135-Cycies& Supplies ■ 

1878 HONDA 400 HAWK II, 
4 600 miloa, loadod, oic 
otiapo. tMO or boat oHor. 
- Call423-5?ggoHof5pirt. ■ 
1Q70 HONDA 750 Four Supor 
Spon. LoadodI 22.000 miloo, 
oxcqllonl condlllon, SIEOO. 
Call Wodo at 7J4-2245 days or 

7 34-3597 ovon lnga, 

1979 HONDA 1000 Goldwlnjl, 
full droD3, OKColIont condl- 
■ 1. Call 3:4.5367 . 



l35-Cyclsa&Supplle3 

1cro"SUZUKI PE 175. Good 
flhapo, robuili onalne, 1450. 
Call 637-6617 olior 6:300111 



""IBSO KAWASAKI KX 60. 
Excollont condition, kid's 
biko, t425. Call 324-4653. 

■ 1BQ0 400KDX 
Good condition. 1835. Coll 

543-4gW, 

1881 KAWASKAI KX125. 
Excollont condition. UOO. 
Call 320-5660. 



1 35-Cyclea&SuppllB3 
1882 SUZUKI 125 DH. low 
mIloa; Also 1879 HONDA 250 

Xfl^Uui naw—condlllon. - 

734-6350 avo3 & wookonds. 



1982 YAMAHA 1253 wnoolor. 
Carry rock. oncoNont condi- 

Hon, 1600. 734-4897. 

1 882 4eoyZ YAMAHA. 
RlJdon Ono yoar, iiOOO. 
CALL 886-7535 
Noon or of tor 7pm, 



1978* HONDA XR500. 2,500 1881 YAMAHA 250 Enduro. 1 3ft-HaaVy EqUlpmBtlt 



122-8pO(tlno Goods 

MARTIN WARTHOa 
compound bow wfanoroy 

baal o»Br. 733^. 
MEN'S & LADIES 10 spood 
blcycloa, 1150 lor pate. Altor 

6 pm. 324^5153. 

- .257 



127-Motor Homos 



CLASS A MOTOR HOME lor 
rent. 21 It., sloops G. 73J-1027 

liilMrJiSDiir or Ottnr 6pm 733-8244 

FOR RENT: WinnoDflflo 25'. 
Cloaa A. sloops 6, gonaralor 
& AC. 733-1056 or 734-33M. 



132-Aulo, Parts & 
Acceseoriflo 



FOUR 14ii3Sk1S Gumbo. 
Monalor Muddora on 9.75x15 
"cnromtTBOoHo-wrioDlnrCnii- 



3AVAQE 3a.a. flood condl- . 

lion with >casD, S2T0. Call 

734-B841 altprepm. 

10 Man UDI8C0 040 Oonlor 



Four 5 holo 6.5* ehrom: 
opokod whoola. All lor Ford. 

S M 324-7898, 

NEW PTO winch, 10,0001b 
capacity. S4S5. Call 637-e3S3 
ovonlr'ns. 



only 



,10 rounds. LIks now. 

Call HW3B, 

270 WINCHESTER w/acopa; 
12 aauO« Wlnchoaiar Shot 
flun modat 12- S37-«i73. 
7 ' MM Remlnalon mag, 



TIOGA 
"Tho II In sales. Yoar aftor 
Year." Soo our sotocllon ot 
uaod motor homoa. 
FANTASTICI . 

BONANZA 
RV CENTER 

400 Block. Ovortand 
Burloy " 



" SET OF lour whilo spokod 6 
holo Choyy rims. IT " 
Call 324-5174, 



123- 5Wlng Equipment 
'-12«i::3ntnrVrtilclG8 — 



U-HAUL RENTS 
MOTOR HOMES 
'Lowost roloe '1100 loca- 
-tlona-ln Norlh- Amorlea ■•24 - 
lour road sorvleo 'Claas A's 
1 mini's 'Nattonwldo loior- 

-Mtion-«yslama_Iwln-F.alla 

U-Haul Contof. 734.1410, 



1B78 CHEVY aM Ton roar 
axlo, 411 rollo, roar ond. 
1200. CALL734-3S54. 
390 FORD MOTOR 
tranamlsalon. In q( ' 
dltlon. Bool Olfo 

PHONE: 734-2301. 

A ctosolticd od la an ooay 
way to Boll your morchon- 
dlss. snd.ll's .ooay. on your 
wallet, too. 

-laSsCydaalSuppilea: 



——r ; ARTICCAT Mini Cycle. 1fl73. 

29' PACE ARROW tor ronl. good condition, izoo. Call 



1900 JD Uqulllor. Look and 
runs flood. Call 324-7S09 

attorBcm. 

1B81 KAWASKAt INVADER; 
440 Driller. Both In axeellent 
condlllon. Call 726-3310, 
•70-YAHAHA.440 GP, 1750; 
74 Artie Cat CNetsh. «40. 
MOO. Both. 11000. 324.M0e. . 

IZS-TtavelTrBilara 

CAMP TRAILER. 13'. brofld' 

L— now-lnsldo, Ico-box-alovor- 

t6Bg. Call 324-2634. 

Rangar, d 



Automotive 



132-Auio Parts & 
Accessories. 

' 4 WHITE Bpokod-6 fiolo,^ 
■■ incn-rlms with four MflTB/' 
Inch-radlala, S100 r- 
oll er. 734-lwaalt olf 



BANK REPO! 1880 Kawaakal 
440. Good shape. Call 734- 
7900 weekdays or after Spm 

m^KT. 

BEAUTIFUL 1977 XS 750 
YaiTta'iB- silver, lull droas, 
tow milos, good condlllon, 
t180jl.Call 733-Mi4. 
FOR SALE: Honda 250 El 
r^tnoro, SWor boat oflor. 
CALL:M7-ee01,altorfl 
For Sale: 1974 Honda H Trail. 
' biko. Good eondllian. U35, 
-)1S7; 



■ 17fr-AutoDealoni 




10&2 HONOA v4S MAGNA. 
Liko now. BOO mlloa. Somo 
oxtraa. 12200. Coli olior 3: 

733- 8719. . 

1982 HONDA XH 250R; 1374 
Honda TL 125 trails, both In 
. oxcollonl — cond II ion: — Ca \\- 

734- 0213. 

1983 HARLEY-DAVIDSON, 
1000 ROADSTER. LIko now. 
2,000 mlloa. Call 662-3616: 
1983 HONDA XLeOOR, Noods 
aomo ropoir, $795: 1862 
Husky 420 BUlomatlt:. all 
pro^ircull, eoo tnllos. bolter 
Than now. S139S; 197S Husky 
390 automatic, most oxtrag, 
t69S: 1082 Kawasaki KXSO, 0 
spood. lIko now, H95. Will 
doal on all. Call 676-3372. 



. johnd^re"; 

USED 

INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 

J,D. 410 Backnoo.SI 6.500. 
Cat12Qradar.t22.500, 
Col Modol DSdozor. 112,000 

ELLIOTT IND CO., 

IntersMtlon Hwy 03& («. 
Croasroada, 10 

324-2900 



175-Auto Dealers 



i983KX12S,- 

Roal cloan. tSOO 
Call 543-4755, 
1963 YAMAHA 400 XL. 
Excollont condition, 600+ 
mllr>fl:«lfl.vi nt-wn 



1 JS-Auto Deifera 



KELLEY MOTORS 

DAItYSPECIAr 

1976 TOYOTA CELICA ST 

5 spood, storoo, sharp! 
SAVE $1,000.00 

TODAY OHLY! 



610MA1NAVE. E. 



ROY RAYMOND FORD [ 

USED CARS ■ 
& TRUCKS 



All of our cars and trucki oro given comploto lorvlco, wlntor- 
Ixod and'tafoty inipoetod boforo thoy aro sold to, you. In addi- 
tion, thoy arc lostqd by_tho most modo rn oq ulpmont avalloblo 
. ; THE bVNdMETER."A»I*"tho '«aloiman to show you tho Dyno 
BrInloul.do«cclblnB. tho.mCC haoIeoLa nAqLo^^i [cpji dmoii of^ 
wohtcic 




^JjlLmjiiiismjbm 

itoronado 
Hiodod Willi oprion 



laeK.elc. 
1970 2B' Alfa, iwin bod. rod 
..atr.axeeond. — . ... ~. . -. 

_l9U231Flreb«ll.oxccond, ._ 
1979 29* Road Ranger, rear 
double bod, 
1974 22' Kit travel trailer. 
R & J-s RV SALES & 
S EHWCE H wy 2S K vwt , 

~~T rflfn EiKHrRpnerttP^3M734 
isei 21 loot KINSKILL [Park 
Model|.-Twln.bods;. oleclrlc- 
rolria orator & wotar hail or. 
complato balh with shower. 
Ideal lor tenant or park use, 
nTSO. Call 733-7414, 
-1975 IB^'-PflOWLERrlully 
soil-«ontalned, water neai- 
or, Bhowor, -loilel, sink, 

nowiy— upnolatoiBd. noal _ 

ooodconalHon. 733-6018, .. . . 

"■iBTfl PROWLER, 31'. Hoar 
bdrm. tully soil conlalnod. 
AC. top condition, only 

" W95.'15ill 734-1 70a.-M: 

291 Travel Trailer, Sell con- 

' talnod, excelloni condition. 
LOAOEDICallfl7ft«>57,. 



FOR SALE: Sholt lor small 
pickup, 6' bod. noo. Call 

K6-5»6allor6pm, ' 

FOR SALE: 6 loot, lull 
.overshot, Boeuilty Compar. 
' CalljlterSpiTi;S36^45. 



32" HIGH InsulolOd & 
panolod Campor. llQhta. 
vont. alldlna aluminum 
'windows, oxcollonl condl- 
| lon,KiOO. Call 543-4519, 
6" CAMPER. Homo modo, 57 
Incfioa high, noods minor- 
fopaira, 175. 543-5267 ovos._.. 



127— MoftJT Homos 

U-HAUU will conslon your 
motor homo. Exc lox 
OonoTiia. nattonwldo rosor- 
vatlon program. Call 734-1410 
r 1-600^-6006 outsldo of 



-TWTfTF 



1965 CHEV Ctiossls mount 

compor,-l -ton,. dual whoolB.— 

soil conlalnod. 2wDy (ildQO, 

oxoopttonatly -doan. Juat . 

S25IK: 876-3706 or676-604;, 
1971 DODGE Chinook motor 
homo. Folly soil contolnod. 
now radial tiros, 1 ton, AC. 
360 CI.D.fluno good i looks 
now . ta49S, 678-3796 or 

P7g:.atH2.' 

I972--PACE- ARROW.— 2Q'_- 

Class A, one cond, now 
liros. low mlloaoo. Call 

543-5004^ - 

1978 23 ft. Honoy 49,000 
mllos. e noorly now tiros, 2 
mounted oparos, 2 now 
battorlos, Cab olr P/S. P'B. 
4-t)urnor stove only (II.OOC. 
Soo at Travol Town 643 2nd 
AvO| South TF 734-2901 
1981 Pronto Class A 25 fl. 
Supor Buy. _ , 

Iflre Swinger Class A 2fl It. 
Immnculalo. only 23,700 
mllos. _ ^ 

Soo ol Travol Town 643 2nd 
Avo. South TF 734-2991 



America's Most Beautiful Automobile. 



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V.Q, ootomoiie. power;, B 
-.(loorlng. ,.olf_ »'ornp^_._ 

trot. No, 37^0, *" | 

ISISJMDGL'dl 

.rilHHttOlUM!^ 



1 984 GRAND MARQUIS 

2T new models |usf arrived - Rainbow of colors. 



■■• Electronle-fuel injected - 
engine 

• Vinyl Coach Roof 

• AAA/FM stereo cassette 
-"•-Air-Gonclitioning- 



Power-Steering- 

• Speed Control 

SAVE 



Many many more options 

NOW 



• Power-Brakes 

• Tinted Glass 

• Twin Comfort Seats 

• Powei- Windows and Sects 
» Automatic Overdrive 
-Transmission 

• Tilt Steering 



ONLY. 




fimmstf'tJ/aMison's 

THEISEN MOTORS 

— For Over 30 Years The Easist Place In The World To Buy A Car 
701 MAIN AVE. E. TWIN FALLS - 7.33-7700 




.AYMOIND 




Friday. March 23, 1064 Tlmos-Nows, Twin Fa\fa, Idaho C-II 



^Automotive 



136-166 



THE AGES' 



BOBBY WOLHF 



"The joy of the young is to 
disobey ~ bat the trouble is 
thnt there are no longer any 
orders." -■ Jean Coctcau. 



VKQ7 
♦ KQ S3 
+ K J 62 



The younger generation 
has a better chance to land 
today's slant than docs the 
older one. Young people are 
— lose — bound — to— traditional- 
ways of doing things. 

Tlic duplication in the 
spade and heart suits was 
not good news and, since the 
diamond acc was a sitrc 
loser. South knew he needed 
some luck in the club suit. 

He won his spade queen 
and knocked cut East's dia- 
mond ace. Back came a 
spade, and both high Honors 

The <Uamondi>' and a. couple 
of hearts - were cashed in 
search of inspiration, and'it 
was time to play clubs, 
— Dlfov- 



WEST 

♦ J 10873 

V3G32 



EAST 
«SS 1 3 

• AC 



SOUTH 



Vulnerable: Both. 
South. The bidding: 
Soulb Wcii North 
I NT Pass i+* 
4 NT Pass . G NT 



Opcniny Iuad:'Spade jack 



TC^mport Sports C«ra 

19r0 VW Ftslback. Aulo 
Irnna. nico condition, I14S0. 

Call 54 3"tt>ga. 

1071 DATSUN ZtffZ. ill now. 
paint, tiros, Intorlor, ' bra, 
louvora, concord Dtoroo, 

CnQ. tfana. 733-?24a, 

1973 SUPER BEETLE. Vory 
Clean. Extra anow tiros and 
wriOBla, t1B95. 1^11 734-5436. 
1B73 TOYOTA Collca. 2 door, 
hardtop. Vary aood shapo. 
- CalNKMm. 



HSOOlln 



1B75 TOYOTA WAGON. 4 
spood. 4 doors. Good con- 
dlllon. AsklnQ only I1D95. 

423-4aaa. 

1975 250Z. Good condlllon, 
'$3300. Call T34-niS S ask far 
J urooorKlrby. 
1970 OATSUN B21D Kal- 
chbacK, good onglni), tWW. 
Call alter 5pm or wookonds. 

734^1065. ■ 

lfl7B TOYOTA tflailon wsflon. 
4 cyl, ou: runa pood. 11095. 
*■-■- --copt trodo. Cnll 316- 



1«-UWhoelDrim 



1976 RENEGADE CJ7. V-S 
automatic, exc condition, 
winch, 2 topa, AM(FM £ CB. 
Cnll 733-6982 or 733-3809. 

1977 JEEP, M ton. 4x4, P/S. 
P/B. es.OOO actual mllos, 
nIco cloan truclt, 13295. May 
accept Irada. Call 32B-B9Ba. 
197B CHEVY LUV 4x4 with 
campor sholl. Excellont 
condition. t3900.32fl-4ma. 
1879 CHEVY. 3M TON. 4X4 



1902 Bulcl( Skyhawk. 
Excolloni condition. £5.000 
tnliea, teooo. 64341SS attar S 

t54-Aut03-CK][llH 



Auto 



:-Full 



Lowmlloa. Excolloni condi- 
tion. 1980 DATSUN 4X4 
Pickup. 4 Spood wllh (tat- 

. i T ..... ^U^m. ^.,11 flfl^_ 



Call 



iyllndor, 4 
11324-8824. 



May a 

0906. 



-^optlr^oU o w ed - h a b i t -in - 



distribution, and a third- 
round finesse against East's 
10 scores all four club 
tricks. 



I^id witb The Aces 



»KQ7 
*KQ83 
+ KJ6Z 



the club suit, first cashing 
his acc in the mistaken 
notion that he was making a South holds: :!-23-B 
safety play against a ■single- 
ton queen with East. West 
producod the singleton 
queen and East the club ', 
stopper, and South was left 

■with only 11 tricks. ^ 

"*T"A', singleton queen with" Norib"s«uib 
^East' would not help'South in— 14. ? 
today's layout.' West would 
then hold 10-8-7-4 to stop 
the club suit, since South 
needs all four club tricks. 

The bettilr plan Is to play ■ 
West for Q-x, Q-x-x or a sin- 
gleton queen. In these cases 

it's best to load a low club-^ . . — . . 

■toward diimmy, Intending lo' TS'i'J'K'Sr.. t.".%S 
.finesse unless the queen with itif-adtifw»wi. mniped envelope 



ANSWER: Three no-trump. 
Shows 16-18 HCP and a bal- 
' anced hand, cither 4-3-3-3 or 
4-4-3-2 with the doubleton in 
opener's major. 



lappeaiaTIHfalXIq UCeiCIlJi — fst'.r.epTi'L. 



won by dummy's king, 
"|Vg" dummy s Jack confirms the 



1977 PORSCHE 924. JTOOO. 
Stiarp, low (nlloago. Call 
733-5904 or Moko ollor. 
1078 DATSUN 310 FWD. Now 

Eaint, tlios, baltory, tape, 
ow mllos. 12000. Founlaln 
Automollvo32«-S553. 



19S2 FORD P-2«. 4x4, 400 
onolno. P/5. P/B. dual tonka 
8. oxhaust. chromo 1B.5" 
whools. am/fm cassolto. 
Ilka now cond. allvor wfbluo, 

M70 0. 1^115 36-2321. 

ereWC PICKDP 4x4. 4 spd 
lockouts, nooda aomo work, 
boal Pilar. 324-7359. ■ 
80 BUXZER. Cnjbo. tilt. UOO 
and lako ovor paymonis. 
Call: 655-4342. 



-CTvicr 

Excotleni eondlllon. FWO. 
Now battory. AM-FM- 



-14&^AntlqUB Autos- 



1977 l^DILUC Eldorado. 
Excollont SMpo. Phono 

7334209 or 734^911, 

1981 .FLEETWOOD 
Brougtiam do EloQance. 
Four door. Olosol. Excollant 
condition. Call 682-3818, 



15S-Autoa-Chryalw 

87 Chryalor. 4 dr, vory aood 
cond, low miles, V-tl, 363, 
t4a5fboBtolfer.73«-J7ii. 

15S-Autoa-CtHmDlBt 
1074 CORVETTE. Excollant 
condition, many oxlraa. Call 

734-9094. 

1977 CAMARO, P/S, P/B, 
auto trana, aunroal, aood 
cond. 1^11 altor 8:30, 733- 

6420; 

75 CHEVY MONZA. V8, 
automatic, P/S, P/B, Beat 
ollor, 734-1342 or 328.5805. 
81 CORVETTE. Smoko-flroy, 
AM/FM caaaotts. m\mind 
T-top, full powor. 114,500. 



RADIO. 19S0 Plymouth. QOOd 
cond. Bost ollor by Sunday 
3pm. Call 733-7355-. 



1079 MAZDA GLC. Excolloni 
moctianlcal condlUon. 
Excollont tiros. 35 mpa 
Highway. Pricod S1700. Call 

B2S-504Cf. 

1879 MAZDA HX7. Excollont 
condition. 1B77 MGB. Now 
robuill onoltio. 662-3818. 
1BB1 Subaru QL 4 X 4 only 
33,000 mllos. Must soil. 
734-2991 



1930 MODEL A Tudor Sodan. 
complotoly roslofod, In- 
cludfna now mohair intorlor, 
17000 tirm, Call 886-2560. 
1850 DoSolo Sodan. Com- 

Slololy rostorod. Flat-hoad 
. Boat ollor ovor t3000. 
738-2366 ovonlnoa. 



IBO-Aulos-DodflO 

1972 MUSTANG COUPE. 351 
C, AT, disc brakes, radlals, 
— vinyl-iopi-eKCBllsnl-lnlarlorr- 
now paint. t270Q. 733-6636. 
1982 DODGE 024. T-lop, 
AM(FM, 17,000. mllos. exc 
mlloBBO, £4000. Fountain 
Automotlvo 324-6553. 



CarpGntcrS SECOND annual 




PICKUP SAL 



Lowest-PricedTruck In America 
With AllThis Standard Equipment. 




eondlllon, 7JMSBB. 
1984 HONDA ACCORD, low 
mllooDO. A/C. Im cassoiio. 
crulao. 5 yoar warranty. Call 

734-7888. 

$6 MGB. Robullt onolno. 
noods lots ol work, ".ko ooai 
oftor.Call73MQ26ailer5, 
74 AUD1 100 Is. Qroat mllo& 

Rroat looking. Hurry, wonl 
lat lonfl S15M, 3iWlM2 

146-4 Whwl Drives 



136— Heavy Equipment 

Sr/C MODEL, 540 4(W drlvo. 
K^lculalod loador. dioaot. 
Tnlfli modol. njco clean 



140— Trucks 



142— Import SpofteCara 



#f?5(l "ifllnf^hDlphl ■ 1B7# wlti! 4 Bpood,-fl«W eondl--- ■ O000r78M830,-.-r7 . . 
OWET 42 II IlslDod somi Hon. IISM. Call 768^14, WANTED: Mid 1S70 Honda 



1S74 OATSUN. CORVETTE, 1S78 sllvor annl- ' 

In good ohapo, 11300, voriuiry, 22,000 actual mllos. 
Cair73»6254»llBr3pm, fully loaood with L-82 

1074 FORD COUBIgfl— onglne, 1 ownor. 733^. 

Pickup, good cond, tSDO. POR SALE: 1078 Volvo 244 
Call 73WB20. 8-5. •■ — 0L,.4 door wllh sun roof and 



aodan. 11500. 622 Nevada. 
Gooding. Call 934-5450 
1882 T-BIHD. Full po*or. AC, 
oxcollont condition, I2OO0 or 

ollor. Coll 543-5049 . 

ion Mach I Mustang. 351 
V-8. Stock. Very clean. 

M295. Call 734-5486. 

56 CHEVY NOMAD, now 
onalno. good tiros, good 
cond lllQiLiZW. .SjJjW.^ 

149-Atrt03-AMC 

-1g 74-GnEMLfN,- Btnan e cyl- 
nraof ~ong!n5rTlOo'd~tonai- " 
t lon,K50,j^ll 544-2758, 

— 152-Aul0 8-Buick-~- - 

OUICK. Pnik Avonuo. 107B, 
now point, now molor. In 
vory good nhnpo. nm/tm 
topo dock, powor nvory- 
thlno. top ol Iho lino Oulct, 
14595 . 07a-7560 or B7B^)S77. 

1956-JEEP CJ3 Hrgood-lfl"- 

SiUi "ir?7oc'?,iroUSu1; 



IFpR^AtEnBraToioiuuina: 

Crulaor 4x4rgooa condition. 



rod, 40 gallon innk. clifomu 
whoolo. running iKigrds. 
(rent t. bock AC. crulao con- 
trol, lock out hubs, trallor 



i ^3-01W nriyllmo. 



aalno, runs good, 11200, 
onoAS5-(2flr 



1974 2Vi ton FORD. G spood, 
= — g-apegd-axle-14'"fialbcdi- 
!fci> gooo an 



~ 3i(PTruck8 



spood alio robullt, 12000, 
Call 726-5173 days or 738-0334 



Aceeord, roarondod wilh 
.good JronLond- lhaLI&-oK — 

aii-Jwri__ 

1MVWBUQ 

Excollont eondlllon, I1»0, 
_CallJ33-3291^ . 



■i964iNrscoi/Tr4rtrroiHi;it- 

onglno, 6000 mllos. good 
cond overall, t995. May ae- 
-copi lrada.Cfllia2a.B0Ba.- 

"1974 . - _ 

01,000 mllos, now seal cav- 
Dieollont 



NIco lamlly carl VIA. Call 
43 M120.": 

ia73.aUlCK.SKyLAflK 

" runs good; boal ollor. Call ' 

nlloreDm, 543-8278, 

1973 BUICK REGAL. Good 
-attaper-runft^flnn-lTMr-Goii- 
MMfllTaMor 



1071 QALAmdr7J323:'C8- 
Bulck 2 dr. S30S. Clean, runa 
oxc. 324-2574 lot ring. • . 
IBreFOHD TORINO. 2 door, 
"351.W, V8: P.S.,P,B„now 
painl. radlals. 324^880. ■ 
lera PIHTO WAGON. Good 
eondlllon, S72S or bosi ollor. 

Call 734-7798, 

1978 FORD TORINO Elite; 
1S76 Ford Torino Wioon. 

Call 423-4454, 

1B78 Ford Rancfisro Pickup 
Must aolll Sharp 734-2S01 
1080 FIESTA. From wheal 
drive, 4 apd, HB, reg 13050, 
l ori;2g5orpflor.fl7W3Ta, 
■77 MAVERICK. 4 dr, low ml, 
groat cond,, tlBSSorirado tor., 
- wagon or.Ell^32.4J00a. 

186-M9rcury& Lincoln 
-im-Unootn-ConUiwnttl- 
Uuk IV Immaculate. 69.000 
mllloa, ioathor Interior, 
wMlo wllh black lop, almosl 
new michollns: Only K7S0. 
Soo al Poteraon'a Travel 
Town 843 2nd Ava. S, TF 

734-2991. 

1978 MERCURY- Monarolf;— 
ecyl, 38p, 22mpO. 104,000 
miles. Best of ler.SO-aiia, 
1977 MERCURY MONARCH.- " 
P/S, P/B. A/C. cruise, nice 



I 
I 



37 1'X ™.- 27 Hi, . • * 1 «> OVER COST 



1984 MAZDA B2000 LONG BOX SPORT 



wo lond point, lunbaom illvor ond 
Dronodo ilivar. SuloinDlle tronifnli' 
Ion. il'M40S4. 



M**ovntcosT 

^6882 



1 1 TO CHOOSE FROM • ' 1 ^ OVER COST 



— 1984 MAZDA B2000 SHORT BED 



M-OVIRCOST 

^5666 



1 
I 



SALE ENDS MARCH 31 • ' 1 OVER COST 



VVhllo^tpok.wl 
-W<lt$4745 



1984 MAZDA 82000 SE 5 LONG BED 

iliod whllo Intini 



•l~OVBRCOaT 

*6034=^ 




40f SmomJ Av*. Soulti- 



«,o ,uum „.w-„«.,i 1978 BUICK flEGAL Sport 
condition. Soo to approci- Coupp. Ve lurbo, A/C. im 
-•-VCjlll^}4r7787 — '^'^ ■ ■ Rtnnrlnn - initomntlc 



'ninnlngxsrrgood:gaa-mll»>- 
ago. S1295 below low book, 
aecopt trade. Call 32S- 

"l"97flTiNCOL"N"VERSALLESr 
loBdod. olr 4 comlorl con- 
trol, crulao, sunroof, 58.000 
miles, exc cond. Soloro 0 & 
-ariaf8r73443n, 



BANK REPOI1B78 Ford ID candy appio rod with white ,f,^^' .(,, jimo ^„af^. nutomalic. air. oxcollont 

SShool truck wim aoud bod; opohowhoola. Looks & runs ciaoalllod ■ AdvenkHno ■ mochonlcal conoillon. «aso, 

1971 Flatbed 40- Utllflytrillor. qraat.I3i0O.Ca1l3i44ia4. ■ ^^^i "ovomsinB, 

mM taken itan bo soon at ib78 3/4 ion FORD Plckiip, 

-fiBrto-Firat-Natlonol-Bank^ V.«- 

_ j jj^olton j datio. 620^441. - - 
BDR SALE OR TRADE; 1971 
oaoo F^ord Cabover. Recent 
tBbullt 



Got lo mo basic ABC'a - "■555 — v'"' 55 Iranamla'alon W800,_..Ci)ll Z'^a^AUkKMi -a-ffiariKAi'rv — 

1079 RIVIERA FWD, LOBdOd, 

Cair733^'r7357' syji/?"'-!. is^^S?* ■ 



.Ifi105orolfor.erfr3372. 



- option, ' now radlals, u 
miles, looutllul car. t10,B( 
CalieTMTBS, 



_ -,-4-ape«:-n 

Call 82M817 ovonlng s ar 
wookonds. 



-175-AuteOe*lera~ 



ira"n"mi'"'io ".'^» i';5*^ ?i4. 



1977 CHEVROLET 
SILVERADO. Vi Ion. sharp. 
Call 32»Oa7, 



^175-AutoOe8l«8- 



-17S-AutoDea!8«: ^175=-.AuloD8itOT_ 



:on SALE: 1B57 CHEVY 2 ^g78 CHEVY 3/4 ton Otep- 



mllQS. 



WSALE: Excollont condl- 
in. 1069 ONE OWNER 
■lEVY ion Pickup. 307 
loino. Ovordilvo, eaddio 
^a. air shocks, Wllh or 
ilhout Vi-Ovor eampor 
Id/or 36 Inch fiborplass 



1079 CHEVY PICKUP W ton. 
Automatic Transmission, 
good eondlllon. Call 3A4S5Z 
& BSK lor Loo or nt-lBTS, 
1970 CHEVY Vi Ion diosol 
pickup. "" ' 



AM/FM 



™„-_-JS^_i:fS £S?|..__..c^ mnny. extras. low. 

IT^EElY^unl n"*; Kind 734-8384. 



ll, 543^804.- 



_JPER SHAPE. 80 Toyota 
SR5 Loru)-Bod wllh campor 
aholl. PTlcod bolow book. 
Callaflorflpm. 543-4513. 

TRUCK PARTS 
i6apd. Fuller Transmission; 
*■ qfid roar ends 5 hous- 



f nllos.oxe cond. 734-8384. 
1070 FORD F250 Pickup 3/4 
ton CamuQr Special. 460 
onolno. PS. PB, good condl- 
tlan. Call 734-6122 ov—' — 



mlngo. 



1081 DATSUN King Cab 
diosoi. Shell, cruise, sloroo. 
custom rims, air shocka 8, 



- 4l/lMiol;-.19fl5-Frolghl.Llnor 

3ab - - 

Tfvon 



_ WILL PAY CASH for 1974 
nqwor P.U.s & 4x4's. Also 
& nower Automoblloa. 
iter Motors. 734^340. 



CLEAN PU. campor. 

— — 106SQMC PICKUP 
Now whools. tiros, paint & 
JHIorlor. S3000 or bost offer. 
■Coll 324-3489. •' '"' ' " 
;T964 -DODQE- Vt ton truck. 
.Runs good, good tiroa.' 
. . lumber rack. Call 7884853. 



tfllo'r on pans. Call 733.0882. 



1983 FORD 150XL PICKUP 
with Loor ' campor shell. - 
LoBdodI Low mlloigo. 
SII. 000. Coll 733-8828 daya or 
734-1243ov enlnaB. 

141— Vans 

J. Vorv 

I550. 




Can 7344514 or73l-45a7.— 
1070 Ford Van. 302 3sp. Low 
mllos. Good mlloago. 
Excollont Shape. Now paint 
' lob. Call aflor 5:30 or before 

'^ ■873-5803. , 

STB Chevy Van. 42,000 , 
iiillos. Now convorson. 
03..Db.,alr.atoroo. Excollont . 
fe(aft^,.-V34-553e- 
1981 CHEVY BAN. Cuaiom 
kit Inlorlor. excollont condl- 

t lon.B25-5778. 

1082 DODGE VAN CON- 
- VEHSION.-V-fl,-PS,-PB,-Al(- 
condltlonlng, f rulso conlrol. 
JII.OOO. cSil 734-4450 or 
734-7296 ovonlnoa. 



;?7!|^AirtQj)eai8ra 



LOOK! 

|=J984JaERI10WSS!t: 



: 1*2354. Powor door locks. rinlocJ-^^ 
i.olr. erOltc oulomo.k. till whool. > ' 
b AAA/FM iloreo. undonoalod and 0 



COMXiailZIJ! 
- nUCESM&Y 
HEVERBELaTUEIl! 

Wo'ie not hotsin' cnoundi 
we want to doall 

" Gallop oh In'duHng bur ;TDG-" 
cla] Toyota "Horse Tiading 
Days" Check oul our selec- 
tion Ol great 1984 Toyola 
Cars and Trucks. Our pick- 
ups include Xlracok>s. 2- 
wheel and 'l-wheel drives. 




sporty SR5s, Standard and 
Long Beds— the largest Iruck 
modol selection ovor. 
Wcwont your tiado-ln( 
Drive II. ride ll-we want 11! 
Dul romomber. Tbyola 
■HotseTradingDavs"arG ■ 
lor a limlled lime only. So 
como in now (or besi solec- . 
Hon . . . and saddle up a 
deal on a new Toyola. 




KEECEY^OTORS 



-1871VWSQUAREBACK-- 



Was 



NOW 



Rocontly ovorhoulod. runs groat I , 

1977 AMC GREMLIN' 

-Automatic-fllr.-lowmilot-,.. 



. $995 



1976 TOYOTA QELICA ST VtU^ 

5 speed, storoo 92/79 

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1979 VW RABBIT 4 DOOR 

Looks, runs & drivos groat $3095 

'1978 FORD GRANADA 4 DOOR 

Low mtlos, vory sharp $3195 

1981 DATSOH 31flGX~~r TT 

Vory nicQ car '. $4195' 

19WDATSON2104DGGR " 

Jusllikonow : . $3995 

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v-6, outomotic, air $3995 

1980 CHEVROLET CITATION ' ^ 

4 cylindor, air conditioning $4295 

1980 HONDA ACCORD 

5 spood. storoo a boauty $4895 

1979 BUICK REBAL 

Turbo chorgodl $5495 

1979 FORD LTD LANDAU 

Immaculdlo! *. $5595 

1981 BUICK CENTURY 4 DOOR 

V-6. air. automatic, sharp! $Oo95 

1981 DATSUN MAXIMA 4 DOOR 

DIosel, aulomallc, faOO $8295 

1979 OLDS TORONADO 

Every powor option $7995 



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Vory sharp older Iruck $2495 I UUU 

1976.GliiC-y2-T0N 4X4— — Vo^r 

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1981ELCAMING 

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1983 FORD F150 4X4 

2T ,000 mlloSj 6 cylindor. 4 spood $9595 

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1964 MERCURY COMET 4 DOOR 

V-8 ongino, automatic tronsmission. 
oxcclloni socond car. Was $1095 

1974 MERCURY COMET 2 DOOR 

~ -6 cylinder, -3 Bpa^d 

transmission. Was $995 

1972 MERCURY MARQUIS 2 DOOR - 

ExcoMoni socond car. 

Was $1095 

1974 FORD PINTO WAGON 

'Ytjtlow molollic. wood 
groin finish; Was S1 195 

T97B FORD GR ANADA 2 P OOR 

_D a r 1<_B] uo r rio t ollie, o ulomolie 

transmission. Was $1595 7'. . . . . 

1980'CADILLAC COUPE DeVILLE 

Bluo motallic, whllo vinyl top. 
absotutoly perfect : 

1983 CHEVY CAVALIER 4 DOOR 

Tu-tono Fawn, crushod volvot inlorlor, 

loodod, law mllos 

1977 DODGE ASPEN 2 DOOR 

~Oarkburgu_ndy,.Qir conditioning .-znr— 

auiom'alic transmission. Was $1995 .... 

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Woi J1095 ' 

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1971 POUTIAC VEHTURA 2 DOOR 

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1971 DATSUN 1200 2 ODOR 
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$7995 

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1979 MERCURY BOBCAT WAGON 

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transmission' 

1978 D00GE-0MNI4D00R 

IndividuOl roc'lining seofs. 4 &pocd ironstnis: 
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1978 P0NTIAC PHOENIX 4 DOOR 

Dork burgundy in color, automatic Tronsmls^ 
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1979 MERCURY CAPRI 3 DOOR $' 

Dark bluo-motallic, 4 spoodtronsmission 
sporty and oconomicoi. W05 $2995 

1981 MERCURY LYNX 3 DDOR 

Forpst Groon, froni v/h'^Q\ drivo. 
4 spood transmission. Wos $3895 

1980 SUBARU 4 DOOR WAGON 

Chompogno motoilic. 4 spood tron: 
front wfiool drivo. NAOA $4100 . ." 

1978 GRAND MARQUIS 2 DOOR 

Su llano white, volvot interior, tfiis cor has all 
luxury options. Was $4495 MOW 

1981 MERCURY COUGAR 4 DOOR - 

Booutiful Su!ana whiio, floor mouniod 
tronsmission. NADA $41 00 

1982 HONDA CIVICS DOOR — 

Light bluo motallic, of cou'rso Front 
wheel drive, high <jpo; Was $5495 , ' 

GRAND MARQUIS 2 DOOR 

Tuioho blue, luxury interior, cruise con I rol, 
'WmTFra sioroD?a3"act(<?rNAOA"S6225:-.-. ; . 

1979 LINCOLN VERSAILLES 4 DOOR 

Teal motallic, leather interior. 
Loodod. 



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— aHUOV)E-«Ht-^'GfBHh-On-F([sh(-40f^ 
{1B78, Drama) William Shatnor, Eddio 
Atben. 

(D dO.THE DUKE8.0F HAZZARD Tho, 
— BQ«(i~itDoH-from"tilB-oWn-wi»rinon' 
htros phony poyohloa Is eevar-up hla 
doad. 

ID TTMMY AND LASSIE 
fSt NEWI ANIMAL WORLD "Zoo 
BabioB" Woleh as Siberian lloor euba, 
baby olophonlB and olhar anlmalo aro 
hand-raisad In Iha animal nuraory_^at 
Iho San Olooo Zoo. 

(B 1-40 PARADISE AcllvtlieB al a ras- 
lauranl and onlodalnmonl apol oulaldo 

Nashvillo. ■ ■ -- •■ — 

(Q 03) MOVIE "Tho Human Fae- 
lor" (1976, Myalery) Oeorgo Kennody, 
Jehn Mills. 

03 VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 
GIN MOVIE -iTha. Inn Ol Tho 

~St)tlti HnpplnflDB"T1DEHrD"romo) [ngdd 
Boroman. Curt Juraans. 
(ONTV) Pt#OVIE *** "Same Timo. 
Noxl Yoar" <107B, Comody) Alan Alda. 
Ellon Bufolyn. 

6;30 

O WHEEL OF FORTUNE 

Qj (D P.M. MAQAZtHE A taohlon show 
..cr owlmaulto; a vIbII with actor and 
■ slngor RIok Sprlnallolil.-' -'- — . ■ . 

O KELLY MOHTEITH Tho Amorlcnn 
■CO m o d I n n-p ro BOn t B B' vn rl Oty ■ 



that hia doconsod paronta aro allvo 
and comlno to Goorga'a epartmoni to 
toko him homo, (fl) 

CS WALL STREET WEEK "Tha Dow 
Thasry" QusbI; Richard Russolt, odiior 
and putilithor. Richard Rusaolt'a Dow 
Thoory Lotlors. Inc. 
tP RW VN VH '■Raaly-a M yalorv" ■ ■ 
(D COLLEGE BASKETBALL "NCAA 
ChomplonBhIp Toumamont" Raglonal 
Bomllinat alunif 5 (livo) 



vorod lalont contost (aaturlno colobrlty 
Judgoa. 

CD (O) NIQHT FUQHT "Son In Video" A 
look or mala and lomato soxuDl exploi- 
tation ond aoxual oymbollam aeon in 
cortaln music vIdooB. 
(D fcfTV FRIDAY NIQHT VIDEO FI0HT3 



HBO MOVIE **H "Socond 
Thouflhto" (1082, Comody) Luclo 
Arnai. Cralo Wasaon. 
SHOW MOVIE *** "Tho Lordo O) 
Discipline" (1083. Drama) David Kallh. 
'Robert Proaky. 

■ CIN MOVIE "Tho World 



Accordino To Oarp" (I0B2. Comedy] 
Robin Wllllama, Mary Both Hurt. 
"0;30 

a LAST OF THE SUMMER WINE' 
Q_ INTERNATIONAL- EDITION Ford 
Rowan hosts a look al important trends 
and nowa ovonto In tho Unltod.SlstsB ' 



Daytime movies 



..a CX (S) (D.(1 1) OAIXAS-Jonna lalla 
Bobby aha won't wait forever tor him, 
Pam atlompls to ahlaid Mark from 
loarnlnD Iha truth about hla heallh. and 
J.R. mokes plans lo frame Palar. 
ex (D CLAYFEET A esmpuislve super- 
aehlovor learns that chealing his way 
to the lop destroya Iho value of hla 
aehievomenis, 

a OS WASHINQTON WEEK IN 
REVtEW 

(7) O BLUE THUNDER The loom 

munt proiact tho booutifut daughlor el 

a crimo c^or from vongoful RlObslors. 

O FREEMAN REPORTS 

O an WE GOT IT MADE Joy and David 

niro nn"Tnnocnnt tiiondo aniholr tlvo-in 

maid, ond MIcKoy'a oIoopwalKino 

mokoa Claudia loatoua, (R) 

CD CIVIC DIALOGUE 

O. (t2) MOVIE *** "Desliflatlon 

Tokyo" (1043. Adventure) Gary QranI, 

John Gorllold. 

CQNEWS 

to MOVIE "The Cunquoat 01 

-E vora at — (4aS3. -Ad v enture) Documon-. 
tary'. 



Qy!^;;=;%_QajnicovEH.sroRY- 



s;oo : 

lOHW) **** "Ollvorl" (1008. 
Muaical) Ron Moody. Oliver Reed. 
H:3B' 

GIN** "Friday The I31h" (1080. Hor- 
ror) Bolsy Palmar. Adrtsnflo King. 
S:4S 

SHOW *** "TMo Hurilcano" (1037, 
Advonluro) Dorolhy Lomour. Jon Hflll. 
6:50 

KBO "Hammott" C108Z, Mya- 

lory) Prodorie Forrest, Paler Boyle. 
7:08 

O "LlvlnollUp"(lQ54, Como- 

dy) Ooan Monin. Jorry Lewis. 

0:00 

(J) **H --Oluo Skloa" (lO-JO. Muni- 
cal) Frod Aalolro. Blng Crosby. 
CIN "Tho Inn O) Tho SIxlh 

Hopplnoaa" (lOGa. Dromo) Inorid Boro- 
man. Curl Jurgena. 

8:30 

HBO **y, "Tho Ouloldoin" (1083. 
Dromn) C. Thomnn Hownll. Moll Dillon. 
D;O0 , , 

SHOW ** "MQunloln Family Robin- 



. oon'.'.doro. AtJyonturo) Robert Lognn, 
SuBOn Domenlo Shaw. 

tO:00 

(B *** "Body And Soul" (1047. 
Drama} John Garflold. Lllll Palmar. 
© IQ) **b "Tho SHont Enomy" 
(1050, WoBtcrn) Laurence Harvey. 
Down Addama. 

t1:00 

KBO; "Socond Thoughts" 

(1082. Comody} Luclo Arnai, Craig 
WoBBon, 

SHOW "Dangerous Whon Wol", 

(1053, Comody) Eathor Williams, For- 
nnndo LamaSi 

CIN "Joan Of Are" (I04_D. Biog- 
raphy] Ingrid Bordnisfl.'Jose Porrbr. 

1 1:06 

O "Throo QunB For Texoa" 

(1008, WoBiom) Nuvlllo Brand, Peter 

1:00 

O *** "The Boralooi Executivo" 
(1071. Comody) Kurt RubboH. Joo 

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JSHOW"*"* -"Safari SOOQ" (1DB1,_ 
Ad ve n t u r el ' D avid ' Ca rr a din oT' S I k Bi d 
Channlng. 

(ONTV) * *, "Six Weeks" t I08Z, Dra- 
ma) Dudley Moore, Mary Tyler Mosic, 
1:30 



Ion, 

'SiOO 

HSO *** "ROflltmo" (1081, Diama) 
Jamas Cagney. Howard E. Relllns, 
2:30 

GC "Killer Sy Nighi" (1071, 

SuBponse) Robert Wagnsr, Diana 
Baker, 

" 3:00 " ~ ■ 
(Q "My Pal Trigger" (1040. 

Wostorn} Roy Rogers, Qeorgo 'Gnb' 
by ' Hayoa. 

(ONTV) "Brlgadoon" (1054, 

Mualcol) Gano Kolly, Gyd Charlano, 

CIN "The oio^ Ol Anno Frank" 
( lOOq, Drama) Mollssa Ollberl. Mailmi- 
~-iion Sche !!._:— ' • ■ ■• ' ■ 



fB VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 
-MOO CRYSTAL-OA YLE IN CONCERT A — 
concert lopod al Iho Hamilton Placo 
Thoairo In Hamilton. Ontario foaluroa 
Cryalal Gaylo olnglng auch hila aa 
"Don't II Moko My Brown Eyoa Blue." 
SHOW PAPER CHASE "Outlino Fovor" 



up rouilnoB and.omloeotlon.9hnt.ctieB. 
(B TIC TAG DOUGH 
O OS IDAHO REPORTS 
S) O (12) FAMILY FEUD 
CD PRIME TIME ACCESS 
O CS ENTERTAINMENT TONIGKT 
Footurod: actroaa Loolia Goron ("On 
Your Tooa"). Suianno Ploahotto. 
O M'A'S'H Whilo under intanao ono- 

my aholllng in a combat lono. Hawkoyo _, , „. . ^ 

.. dooldo.JL-a.limoJojnako cut hi. wilL . - Fic»o") William Shalnor. Ricardo Mon- 
CD BUSINESS REPORT loionn. 
(S) M'A'S'H Tho company'a young 
Korean pingpong champion porauodoa 
-KawKoye and B.J. to.lond ,hlm_rnonoy_ 
.a n . enoQ a omont rlno. 



a THE MAKING OF A SONG Thb cro- 
nllon ol Iho |azi version of "My Funny 
Vatontino" IS foniurod wiih the llnar 



(DSUPERBOOK 



- ID~MICKEY"MOUSE-Ci:ra-"Hordr 
_Boys ■■ A Golden Blue" / "Ray Eckerl" 
to FANOANQO Featured; an'lnlorvlow' 
with Roy Clark. 
^ HBO .MOVffi. .**}* . "The.. Outsldora". 
(1983, Drama) C. Thomaa Howoll. Matt 

Dillon. 

SHOW MOVIE ** "Shorlock Holmoa 
In vyaahington" (1943. Myatory) Baoil 
Rathbono. Nlgol Bruco. 

. 7:00 

a CD CD THE DUKES OF HAZZARD 
Tho Boas oloala from hla own wife Ihon 
hiroa phony paychica lo cover, up hla 
dood. 

O iS JHE MASTER Max. Cal_ 
and the Master are~forced'~lo aleal 



By nJo Jail 



3:30 

'(S' tD'CELEBRFTY FUN 'CRUISE Andy 
Glbb and EnQolberl Humpordlnck honi 
Ihla. .mvi»lcnr_ iy;r^^_ _«(i_ow-; aboartf n- 
cruiao Bh)p on rduto lo Eiiaonaclariflbx-" 
ico. Guoot performers include Borbl 
Benton, Roboccn Holdan. Ruth BuzzI 
and Johnny Dork. 

a (Sm WALL tTREET WEEK "Tho Dow 
Theory" Guoat: Richard RuaaoN. editor 
and pubtiahor. Richard Ruaaoll'a Dow 
Thoory Lottoro. Inc. 
(D BLONOIE 
(Q NEW COUNTRY 
(D iI3) SPORTS PROBE - ■ 

— prit*'*:: ,?•WJpl|»-e^ffom^^^n^^iSir^OTlEW3 

dealgnerwhBRaa'kldnappedfi woman: ^ooo 

O CO NVER SATIONS ON THE ARTS o (S) GD (B (1 0 FALCON CREST Dr. 
AND LETTERS "Show Ol Showa". Ronson pleads wilh Chooo to allow him— 
Comedians Sid Gaeser, Mol Brooks m oporalo on Maggie, and Pamela corr 
_.Bnd..CBtl,.Rolner-reminlBco-aboul-llv« — HoaouroitferB'iodeBtroy Richard, 
tolewlslon comody, 



NEWSHOUR 
(SOS) BENSON Tho ghosl of JossI* 
on Toto vlalla Bonaon, and everyone at 
tho . . govomor'a manolon thinks ho'a 
geno boraarh. (R) Cf 
CS WASHNOTON WEEK IN REVIEW 
O (12) STAR TREK When an unidentl- 



— Iled-apaooshlp-faila-lo.h 



S.ordors-ti 



dicomont Of Rlla Jonaen" The dilemma 
Ihoi nowspapor reportar Rita Jensen 
faced whon aho learnod she waa living 
with lugithre Knthy Boudln,- o member 
ol tho Weathermen underground,, la. 
oiomlnod. ' 

(7) O (S MATT HOUSTON Mall halpa 



n-33-n 



atop. Cupl. KIrK puta the USS ifomthomob Q 
Btterprise in purault. g SPORTS TONIGHT 

03.(11). WE_QOT_rT.MADE Jay-and-.. q-qo -the NEW SHOW GuoaiB: TTio 
David hire an Innocent blonde as iheir proiondora ' 
live-ln meld, and Mickey's aleepwalk- (jj AUSTIN CITY LIMITS "John Andor- 
ing makaa Claudia Joalouo. (R} i.orLjL.LIao_ailkyabn::-John .Anderaon- 



.. ©.700 CLUB-Foiturod.-Apollo n 
naut Gharloa Duke. 
O EPCOr MQAZINE: EVENING EDI- 
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future choico thootor; Doo-Dah 

(D NASHVILLE NOW Live foaluroa 
hlohlighiinp country mualc. 
.-(DNCAATOMGHT - - 

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Bingo "SWIngln"' and LiSa. Ollkyson 
porTorma aelBclIons from her lonhcom- 

Ing album, 

GD SOAP stricken by an aaaasain'a 
bultot. Danny Ilea niior^doath"!^! tho 
hoDpltol; Jeaalcii and Chaaior hovo 
problems with Iholr respective love 
Inloroata, 

(SiVOtCBS- — - 

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CD, YOU CAN BE A iSTAR.CountrY-<ia- 



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conversion guide 

If you are a subscriber to Mnpc Valli\v 
CablcvJsion. look for black station numbers: 



OKBCI-Bolse(CBS) 

O Nlckelodcon/ARTS 

OKAII>-BoIse(PBS) 

~ O CNN-AtUuUa (24^ur news)- .. 

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Availul)lL-iiitiii)!iliirv:is. 
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When KTVX-Salll.aki' City sifins off Ihc air. 
KTXI.'Sacranienlo is picked up in . Hovtiurn, . 
Paul, Rupcrl and Hurley. ProErommlnR for llic 
Sncramcnip »lation U not carried In our lts(tn(!.s. 



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aa soon by foroign lolovlaloo and print 
Joumallalo Blallonod In Ihla country. 
O CROSSFIRE 

go LOVE BOAT Nolohbofo diocovor 
ooch olKor, □ famoto nrtiat pointa tho 
capialn'a porlralt and a husbsnd'a posi 
catchoB up iwlih tifan. 
aSBESTOFOnOUCHOMARX - 
QD MOUSETERPtECE THEATEn "Pru- 
to's Oraotn Houaa" 

(Q OFFSTAGE An inlorviow wllh Portor 

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Carson. Guoat: Eatollo Ralnar (Carl'a 

wHo). ^ - - - 

QD DOCTOR WHO "InvlalbiB Enomy" A 

maJIgniint virua atrlkoa at ■.epttco Bla- 

lion and tha Doclor la ono at Ha Ural 

ulctlma. <Pan 1 of 4) 

O (12) CHARUrS ANOELS Whm a 

apaco tual ia atolen from a daaart man- 

ulacturing faclNly, Iho Anoals soarch 

lor ctuoa loading to tho culprtlii. 

CB MOVTE *** "Billion Dollar Sralfi" 

(1&S7, Advonturo) Mlchaol Calno, 

FcaneQiB'oXortoac. " — " " 

■ mCHILIWEW IWCTJSiS 

(D SPOITTSLOOK 

■ 10:35 

CD (B TOMQHT Hoal: Jahniiy Caraon. 



OanllMnan** -flSaz, Drama) Richard 

- Gwa, OrtWB-Wtaoaf 

tl;05 

(3) . NCAA BA8ICTBALL "Natlanal 



OrchoBlra. 

Jiao 

OHONEVUNE ^ 
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(D YESTERYEAR IN NA8HVni£ An 
Inlorviow wilh Froddlo Hart. 
HBO NOT NECESSARILY THE hiOVtES 
A aatlricol look «i iri&vloa. Including 
comical crlilquan ol Ihia year's Oacar 



-GiMirraanoTremjiTCflrrrwTtor- 

--(B BARNEY MILLBl-Sarnay-sa*k«- 



O YES, MI«STER 

e FREEMAN REPORTS 

"bl(K — OWEWS : 

O CS (12) IHOEPENDENT NETWORK 
CD m» 112) TMCKE OF THE WQHT "EWS 
— 'ny>IB (11) FRIDAY MKaHTV10EOS _ 



(D VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 
2:08 

CD (D MARCUS WELBY. M.D. A yOJng 
pionlst'Compoaor ond hia wits tecs on 
uncortaln lulura whan slia Is atrtakon 
with muhi|da aelarasla. 
OMOHT TRACKS 

SHOW MOVE ** "Faat-Walklng" 
<I98I, Saaponsa) Jamas Wooda, Tim 



CI (US IDAHO REPO RTS _ 
O MOVIE *** "Domn Ttia D bflnnH"' 
"(iflflS. Droma) Aloo G 



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aCXCSGDCDOGDOODIBIB 
(t I) NEWS 
a TWO'S COMPANY 
a ISD AUSTIN CITY LIMITS "John 
Andoraan / LlsaJ3ilkyson" JotinAndar- . 
sen alnga "Swlngln"' and Lisa QiHtyaan 
' porlorms aeloctions from her lorthcem* 

Ing nttium, 

-ONEWSHIGHT 
CJJ MONTY PYTHON'S FLYINQ 

CIRCUS 

OD BURNS AND ALLEN 

(Q MOVIE **Vi "The Tanderteoi" 

(1809, Waslern) Bflan Kelih, Brandon 
"doWildo: "~ 

(D NASHVILLE NOW Live lealures 

hlghllgtitlnD country music. 

CD VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 

(B INSIDE FOOTBALL 
. (OHTV) ■ MOVIE **_"Sk Wooko" 

(1982, Dramn) Oudtoy Mooro, Mary 

Tyler Mooro, 

10:00 

O NIQHT TRACK S 

i0:30^^ — 
O NCAA- BASKETBALL "Nollonal , 
CtiampionBhip Roaional Somlflnal" 



Tho 'Amoficbfi 
comodlan prooonts a vorlety of stand- 
up routlnoB and on-location akotchoa. 
O GE) ABC NEWS NIOHTLINE 
O CS (Q (11) TONIQHT Hoat: Johnny 



woman brlnga ■ charga af rape agalnai 
her huaband. 

(Si ENTERTAINMENT TOWOHT Fee- 
lured: aelreaa Laalla Caron ("On Your 
■Teea"}, Siuanne Plosholte. 

10:40 

(SM-A-srH ' 

11:00 

O CONVERSATUNS ON THE ARTS 
AND LETTERS "Shew 01 Showa" 
Comedians Sid Csoaar. Met Brooke 

and CbH Ratnar romlnloQA abotil Uvo 

tolovlolon comody, 

O (BS THE LAWMAKERS Corrospend*-- 
onia LIndO vrodholmor and Cokia Rob- 
oria loin Paul Duko for an up'to-tho- 
mlnulo aumrnary ol Conarosslonal 
ocllvillaa. 

a TWIUGHT ZONE The Earth falls out 
□I iia orbli and aterta-inaidno-lawocd . 

Iho aun. 

(S QONG SHOW 

CD LATENIOHT AMERICA OubsI: gar- 
,dariar-Jarry. Bakor lolla howJo havo a. 
'H'tco u nrdo rrwithorit -oponrfrng - n -I o t -fi i - 

ilrrt or monoy. 

03 1 MARRIED JOAN •'Cowbo y" 



Foaturad: an exclJBlve InlervlftW v 
~RoIllno"StonD 
ond mLsIc vldooa by Rick SprlnOliald 
("LovD Somobody"} and Bonnie TVIar 
("Holding Ooi For A HBro"). 
03 LOVE THAT BOB 
CD OPRYLAND ON STAGE Rising 
eounlry muBle atars parlorm. 
(D COLLEQE BASKETBALL "NCAA 
Champlonahip TeunwRionl" Regional 
setnlHnal game 6 
CtNMAXTRAX 

11:35 

GDCDTOP40VI0EOS 
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ID BACHELOR FATHER 

(D VIDEO nSO JOCKEYS— 

CIN MOVIE *** "Firat Blood" (1062. 
Oramo) Sylwostflr Stntiono, Richard 
Cronno. 

12:06 

CD CD FRIDAY NIQHT VIDEOS Fon- 
lurod: an excluahre iniorviow wilh Hon- - 
Ing SlonoB guliarlat Kalth Richards ond 
mualc vJdooa by Rick Springllold 
("Lovo Somdbody") and Bonnie Tyler 
-(■-■Hoi ding Otil:For-AHo«>!J.!^_-_: _ 

zmymmr — — 

O WQHT TRACKS 



2: IS. 

ON MOVIE ***-'The Secret Police- - - 
man's Oltiar Ball" (1881, Comady} 
John Cleaae, Qraham Chapman. 

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(D OS MOKT FUGHT "Sm In video" A 

look Bl male and female aexual exploh 

lallon and aexual aymbollam asen ki 

cedaln muale videoa. <R) 

HBO MOVIE **H "Tho OuUldOfs" 

(I0S3. Drama) C. Thamaa HoweU, Malt 

Olllon. 

1:05 

QNKlHr TRACKS 

SHOW SHOWTIME VIDEO ROCK 



1:30 

SLASrOFTH&SUMMCRWniE.. 
YtOWAN ft MARTIN'S LAUGHHN 
(D COLLEGE BASKETBALL "NCAA 



aemlflnal game 4 

1:36 

CD IS AOAM-12 Tho otilcora langlo 
wilh p bow-and-orrow-wioldinB Indian 
and wllh an armed and woundod 
_robbbr. 

ON RICHARD BEL2ER: CAUOHT IN 
THE ACT Comedian Richard Belzar 
padoma his slago act at Now York'a 
.comody club Catch A Rising Siar. ._ - , 

"'(B MOVlE"^*'* *""DoapbralD Chorac: 



2:35 _ 

HBO CRYSTAL OAYLE IN CONC^ERT A 
concan loped at the Hamilton Place 
Theatre In Hsmiilon, Ontario teoturea 
Crystal Osyle singing such hits as 
"Don't II Make My Brown Eyes Blua." 

3:00 ' , 
(ONTV) MOVIE *** "Star Trek 11: 
Tho Wrath 01 Khan" (1082, Sdenco- 
Fiction) William Shatnar, RIcardo Mon> 
talbon. 

aiQjf,^ — • 

£2) ID AOAM-.I2 The otricers Initiate an 
Inveatlsation into medical traud. 
GO NEWS 

...ONraHT TRACKS - - - 

O CROSSFIRE _ ' 

(B WOMEN'S BILLIARDS "Worfd Invl- 
lalionai 7-BdII Championship" (R) 
3:30- 

CD fa MARCUS WELBY. M.D. Loamlng 

that aha rDCos a hystorectamy, 'a 

young wilo allompia aulclda. 

HBO MOVIE *■* "The Sword And Tho 
— Sore o rar' ^ ( 1 082 -F aaiaayJ -L a a. Horav_ . 
™ loy^.kattiia6fi"Boll«tl 



TETSIDEDNES^tRJ" 
HBO MOVIE ** "Triumphs 01 A Man 
Cailod Horso" (1903. Drama) Richard 
Harris, Michael Bock. 
SHOW MOVIE *** "An Olllcor And A 



O THE MAKING OF A 8ON0 The era- 
ntion of tha ion vorslon of "My Funny 
Valontlno" Is foslurod wilh Iho final 
rondltion poflormod by lha Jaiz 



Saturday progr am s 



19:30 

-O GD (3) SATURDAY SIIFERCAK 
CQ O (S) (B m <1 1) SHUTTTALES 



iHm" <mTi, iViimH) Shlrloy MacLnino. 
Kennnih Mara.' 

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O NEWSMOHT UPDATE 

W MOVIE **M "The Leal MUe" 



{IBGB, Drama) QrogorV'-Peck,— Ava. 
Gftrdnor. ~' 
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- HOLLYWOOD JOURNAL- 

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flg VIDEODISC JOCKEYS 
4:06 

- SHOW MOVIE *** -"The-L(Kda~Oi- 
DIscN^Ha e" (IBBS. D rama) Davkl Kalih, 
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O OLYMPIAD "Th? ^ a?t gurooeana" 

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'boxer Lesxio Papp Ol Hungary, and 

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(Q INTERNATIONAL SPORTS EXPERI- 
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O BUCK R0QER8 Buck Is put-on the 
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iwo conniving females, ., 

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Q (IS) MOVIE *** "Raneho Neiorl- 
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(D VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 
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O (IS) MOVIE *** "Stage Struck" 

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as O SCHOU8T1C SPORTS ACADE- 
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HBO MOVIE -f'Tcugh Enouflti" 
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t^uoata: Sholamar, The Pretendera, 
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NIcka. Paul Young; olao, a Hall & Oatoa 

video. 

GQ 60UD GOLD Hoat: Marilyn McCoo. 

' Queeta: Paiti Austin, Mac Davia, Big 
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O HEE HAW Gueats: Tanya Tucker, 

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~® TONY OSoWn'S journal "Can 
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Douamrv. chairman ol Ihs Nalional 
United Black Front. , 
CB SWITCH Polo and Moo Invaatlgalo 
Iho murder ol n woman who haa hired 
lliem to llnd her mlaalno husbond. 
(S HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBAU "IHSA 
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(B (1 1) U.8. FARM REPORT 
03 ALIAS SMITH AND JONGS "Tho 

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(Q FIVE MILE CREEK "Tho Awaken- 
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ID ED COVER STORY ■ 

CIN MOVIB "Golno~ln' Style" 

(1979, Comedy) George Burns. Art 

Carney, 

(ONTV) BOXING 

6:30 

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(D INSIDE STORY "Tho Curioua Pre- 
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Byron AUon ("Real Poopte"}; Earl 
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World Championship Drag Poeos, 
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Rongsro at Philadelphia Flyero (Sub- 
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OQ MOVE **H "White Wiich Doc- 
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tB COUNTRY CUPS 

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SHEES Brlilsh new-wave band Sloux- 

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el." "Happy House" ' and "Arabian 
Knighta," 

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l:30' 

O (QS FOCUS ON SOCIETY 
(S O (S PBA BOWLING "StSO.OOO 
Miller High Life Open" (ilve'from Red 
Carpet Celebrity lianas in Milwaukee, 
Wia.). 

as MAGIC OF FLORAL PAINTING 

"Hibiscus" 

CO RSH Mike runs Intp flnanclal prob-: 
lama when he ,b^o[n^ dating a Parli 
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lopn. - P^" m A Peiko'-rn J032 Bfwrt^^ AcTdemV." " "ChlldreiTOI-The" 

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'.JSeheduioddUIaniiCAOOZAuui^Racs: 
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BMCILME. 



lured: Latin o BliigIng group Menudo, 
slt'cbms getting aericua. ~". 

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O MEMORIES WITH' LAWRENCE 
WELK "The Glories 01 New York Ciiy" 
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York." ■■42nd, Street" and "Give My 

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SHOW MOVIE * "Dead Men Don i 
Wear Plaid" (1902, Comedy) Slovo 
Martin, Rachel Ward. 



09 CAR CARE CENTRAL 

(DO) CARTOONS 

SHOW LIBERACE IN LAS VEQAS Mr. 



. . 6fiO 
OCBS NEWS 

, ^, , ,., , ,, (Um WE GOT IT MADE Joy and David 

Showmanahip shines In hioLos Vegoa innocent blonde aa their livo-ln 

boogie Mlckoy'o eleopwaWng- 

-makes Claudia iealouBrtn)- 



. intijilafio. 

ON MOVIE **H "Tolofon" (1977, 
Adventure) Charles Bronson, Lee Rem- 

Ick. 

(ONTV) MOVE * "Walling Hours" 
(19S2, Suspense) Michael Ironside. 
Lee Grant. 

3M 

O FISHMQ WITH ORLANDO WILSON 
3:30 

O NEWSMAKER SATURDAY 
. Si OOOD TIMES Michael Jeopardizes 
hb chances lor a higher education 
when he walks out on an 10 test thai he 
feels Is imrairio minorttlea. 
OSANKAT'' •■ ' 

Oa-OR^T DRIVERS Quest: Junior 



(S NATURE OF THINaS" 
(S) FAME Loroy and Resrdon altompl 
to rohobllllate a wino; Holly Irloa lo, 
holp Dorla ettrqcl a new boyfdond.. — _ — 
0(12) HOW THE WEST WAS WON 
(D (10 THE DUKES OP HAZZARD 
Cooler conlessaa to charges ol hUsck- 
ing stolon auto parts to protect B Irlend 

-being framed by-aruthloaBABOundrtl. 

a a M OV E **n "The Olfty Bams" 



O REGOiE JACK80N*S WORLD OF 
SPORTS "Swimming And Diving" Reg- 
qId covers Iho McDonold'a / USS Jun- 
ior Olympic Short Courae Swimming 
Champlonahip and the Longhorn Diving 
Compalllion at Aualln'o lamed Texaa 
Swimming Cantor, 
d) DIG VALLEY 
O SB) FIRING LINE 

3) BUtiK-RO&ERS'On board a luxury 
apace yacht; Buck must protect o 
genellcslly perfect woman from a kid- 
napper with strangs powers, 
O NEWS UPDATE / SPORTS SATUR* 
DAY - . , , 

C53HEEHAW -:r-f. 



(1966. Adventure) Henry Fonda, Rob- 

ort Ryan. 

03 MOVIE "The Twelve Tasks 01 
AsteriK" (No Date, Drama) Animated. 
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(Q 8P0RT8CENTER 
HBO HBO COMINQ ATTRACTIONS Dan 
Ingram preview* a colteclion ol forth- 
coming lilma, spoclala and sporta 

SHOW ROBIN HOOD: THE WITCH OF 
ELSOON A auapocted wllch Is sent by 
Ihe Shetlfl ol Nottingham to poison 
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O KOQAN'S HEROES Klnchloe^ 



0;30 

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CSIDNEWSCOPE 

CD DIMENSION FIVE 

HBO MOVIE "MiicArthur" 

(1077. Blooraphy) Oragofy Pock, Don 

O-Horllhy. 



"-"tD'HOVIE * * *''ThVTncro<nSIo^our* 
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Emllo Qonoat. 

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e:ie 

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O (D CB THE DUKES OF HAZZAHD 
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o^tolan^ta.liutaJn.c fol a cLoirlond- 
bolns frafnod by a rulhlosa acoundroi. 
G& O 3} <D ID (t1> DIFF'RENT 
8TR0KES ' 

(DOS) T.J. HOOKER Hooker must 
accopi Iho holp ot a paychic womon to 
llnd a kidnapped girl who'll dio unloaa 
aha Is reacuad. Q 
O NEWS UPDATE / YOUR MONEY 
CS ENCHANTED HtlL A lour ol tho 
manalon ol nowapapor iDBpnalo Wit- 
'llom Rondorph Koarai. with alotioa bl 
Iho buiidina's eenalnicllon- arid lia 
IntiDbltnnta. 

0<12) STAR SEARCH 

(Q CHURCH STREET STATTON Ouoalo: 

Gono Wntaon, Richard Buahrod, Caihy 

Hunlor. 

(B U8FL FOOTBALL Oklahoma Oui- 

taws at Arliona Wranglors 

SHOW ROCK OF THE 60"3 -MiidfuiBB 

AndOthora" 

CIN MOVIE **M "A Family Upaldo 
Down" (1078. Drama) Koloti Hayoa. 

FrodAatalro. 

7:20 

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CS O IS IB (D tt t) MAMA'S FAMILY 

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(XCZrCSIGDOGDaaiODNEWS , 
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O (BB EHTERPmSE "Rool Eatala" The 
atlompl ol a Toxaa roal oalal* dovsl- 
opor lo bring lalovlaton and lllm pro- 
ductlona to Dallas Is documonlod. ly 
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~ CD ~ NOVA — Dawn-On-Ttiii-Farm"-An- 
examlnallon of a dllomma In U.S. aori- 
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"Clvll War: 1821-1024" TTio brutal civil 
conflict in tho oarly '20a stilt divldoa 

-tr«land today. '■ 

(B (1 1) SATURDAY NIGHT UVE 

09 THE OTHER ANGEL 

(D GREAT DRIVERS GuoBt: Junior 

Johnson. 

HBO NOT NECESSARILY THE NEWS 
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ale film and news tootago In an otlboai. 

-sallrlo lak««n. 

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_£S Q £3D (a.(B.Li i).aiLVEH spoons. 
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Toby io a victim Ol child abusu. (Fl) 
O <Si WHO WILL FARM THE LAND? 
O INVE3TIQATIVF. REPORT 
ID COUKTRY CLIPS 
(orJTV) MOVIE "Tho Socrot 

F'ovicoman'a Other Ball" (tS81. Como' 
dy) John Cloeao, Graham Chapman. 

' 8:00 
Oa)CSAIRW0LF 

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■ FUNNY 

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hold in 0 japa'noaa prlaoriar'Ol-war 
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_ ^H£5T TtJBB Guoats: Lolo JofirT" 
son' and Iho Johnson Slatora. Jack 
Groono and Bun Wilson. 
(Q O COUNTDOWN TO '04 HiohUflhta 
and provlowa ol worldmida pro-Olym- 
pic compotiiiona. prolllaa ol Olympic 
parllclpanta, and world record 

updatOB, (R) 

e:50 

a UNKNOWN WAR "Tho Liborallon 
Of Dolorussla" Boforo bolng drlwon out, 
tho NailB killod ono out ol ovory lour 
poopio in BoloruBBlo. 

9:00 

O CD CO MKE HAMMER Hammar la 
rounllad wWt s formor lovs only to dla- 
GOvor aha ntajr bo Involved In a maa- 
aivo blackmail schoma. 
GO O tJD (B CO (tD THE YELLOW 
ROSE Chance, Hoy and Qulslo Iravol 
to a nolghborino community and try to 
holp opprosaod workora In a 
awoalBhop, 

O ® MYSTERYI ■■Rollly: Aeo Ol 
Spioa"Rolily OBcapaa the Choka and 
rolurna lo London whare ho rocolues 
)ha Mltllory Croaa. but tho Forolgn Otl- 
' !co~ond "lho~Trn"aaury '"au a poCI 



and thv lonfl-toffli daptolton ot soff and 
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maid claims 10 ba llred ol baing Immor- 
lol, and a banker leara ho will leae hla 
lob to a coRipiitar. (R}(? 
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CD SEEING THIN08 
CS) NEWS 

(D OF TREATIES AND TOXINS 
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CD (Si NIGHT FLIGHT ■'Film Muolc" A_ 
look at the growing papularily of pro- 
niaiing lilmo ihrOuQh music vidoaa. 
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An encore perlermance of an exclualve 



dlor, Goorse Nador. 
CD MOVIE ★ ★ h "Report To Tha'Coni' 
mlsslonof" (1975. Drama) Michael 
Morlarly. Su^an Qiahaly. 
(B (M) SIMON &SM0H A pair olden- 
luraa found In a bumad-oui car In Iho 
Maalcan daaorl kiada Rick and A.J. lo 
-an tnuealloatkM ol Inauranse fraud. - 
(Q SURVIVM.: AM EXPOSE 
O MOVIE "Spy Bustere" (1960, 
Advoniuro] Kurt RuaeaM,' Glenn Cm* 



ID VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 

CD 8PORTSCENTEH 

SHOW MOVIE **K "Baby, ll's You" 

(laaa, Romance)' Roaanaa Arquatle, 

tO:t6 
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10:30 

O MOVIE "Mayday At 40.O00 

Foot" (1070. Suapenae) Oovld 

Jftosaon^Oon MeradUh.- 

O OSl MOVIE ** Comodlana^ 
CiflO?. Dran>a).EU2ataoUutwidfJRJch-- 



GuoDta: Shntamar. The Protonders. 
Tracy Ulmnn. Culture Club. Stovle 
Nicka. Foul Young: alao, e Hall A Oales 

vidoo. 

O NIGHT TRACKS 

1i:10 

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JuliDi" (1968, Romance) Leonard 
Whiilng. Olivia Kuaaoy. 

ti:30 • - 

O ELECTION WATCH 
(H SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE 
(D COUNTRY SPORTSMAN Bobby 
Lord goes liehlno lor cattish wilh Jerry 
Clowor In Yaioo Clly. Mlaalaslppl. 
H80 ON LOCATION "Carlln At Cama- 
gle" Comedian George Carlln provides 
cauallc coRimenlary on a ¥ride ranga of 
loptca wilh malorlal tram hfs album "A 
Place For, My Stud" In a performance 
Irom Carnegie Hall. . 
(OHTV) SIOUXSIE AND THE BAN- 
SHEES Qrltiah now wave band Sloux- 
aio And Tho Banaheoa partormq Ita 
uonoB Including "Spellbound." "lara- 
"Happy- HDuao" and ""Afablan' 
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12:35 

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., Harper. ., . _ 

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(1S7S, Comedy) Oeoroe Bwna. Art 

Camay. 

1:00 

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-(D HERfTAQE-SINGERS „ 

O (H) NKJW FUQHT "Film Mualc" A 
took at the growing popularity ol pro- 
moting films through muBic videoe. (R)- 
- ■NCAA-Divlnlon-U-Menla- 
and Women's Chemplonahlpa 
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t:oa 

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GD MUSIC CITY U.8.A. 
OMGHTTRACKS 

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CD NEWS 

1:30 

O NEWSMAKER SATURDAY 
m FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK 
m HI. DOUG 

(D VICTORY LANE: AUTO RACWO '34 
(R) 

GO m ROCK PALACE 
(T) ABC NEWS 

2:00 

a FREEMAN REPORTS 

GD MOVIE ** "Callle Empire" (1950. 

Western) Joel WcCroa. Gloria Talboil. 
' (D WESTBROOK HOSPTTAL 

CD VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 

SHOW MOVIE ***_^DeBd Meji^Dor»^l_ 
■■WoarPIald"''(198a. Comedy) Stdwo 

Manin, Roeliel Ward. 



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O EVANS a NOVAK 
O MOVIE *** "Brother flehn" 
(1072. Drama) Sidney Poiiier, Bradford 

Dillman. " 

(S> MOVE **H'"Tha Leal Cbm- 
mand" (1965, Adventura) SlerUng Hoy- 
den. Anna Maria Alberghetli. 
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12:00 
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O VEQA$ A Vlolnam vaioran who 
hotda Dan rosponBlble lor hie wanlmo 
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(2) SOLID GOLD Hoal: Marilyn MeCeo, 
Paul AuBlln. Mac Davis. Big 



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ONIGHr'mACKS- 

2:10.-.. ■ 

HBO MOVIE "Deadly Eyoe" (1B83, 
Horror) Sam Groom, Sara Belalord. 
2:30 

CD ROSS BAGLEY 

2:36 

CD CD MOVIE **» 'Phaao IV" 
(1073. Sciorfco-Flctlon) Nigel Davan- 
pen. Michael Murphy. 
CIN MOVIE * * K-"Maa)c" ( 1078, Hor- 
ror) Anthony Hopklna. Ann-Margrol. 

— ■■ 

(OHTV) MOVIE * * * "48 Hra." (1983, 

-Comedy) NIC* NoliorEddieMurphy, 

3:30 



-GD O XSi-LOVE 80AT..Tha-capiain.ia, 
iippollod by Ihe behavior ol members 
_ol_lho_ Rhino Club; a aoon-IO-be- 
divorcod couple lokoo one imai irtp aa' 
— u-palri-a-nia(tlrttraducaiJ)Ja.daprs«sad.- 
frlond to s woman, (R)g 
O NEWS / WEATHER / SPORTS 
CD MYSTERY! "Railly: Aca 01 
SplBS"Reltly Iravala lo Mobcow In 
1D18 wilh hla (riond Sasha, prepared 
(0 USD' the mllllsn pbunOLha brought 
wlin him aa pan ol hia plan lo over- 
thiow tho Bolahovlks, (Part 7 ol 13) Q 
a (12) MOVIE **1i' "Scorpio" 
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Dolon. 

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-OmmaVQeorgoSeeal, Amanda Payo. — 
CM MOVIE **H "Mr, Hobba Takoa A 
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"TipISHaofE" 

(i)' MOVIE ~*Tr*-''Fool'B-poFoye— 
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-QD-SALT-LAKE MUSICTELEVtSlOM- 
O NIGHT TRACKS 



Slowart. Maureen O'Hara. 
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tt:30 

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CD MOUSETEHPEtS THEATER * 

log Jalopy" . g.^ 
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10:00 

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QQ-TM? WEBC M COUNTRY MUSIC 
Fealurodrinteriifowo wlth"Ed(ffe~R'ab~' 
bllt', Marie Oanwnd, Boxcar Willie, 
Byron Allen ("Real People"): Eerl 
Thamas (tenlay partormanaa and Mar- 
view. •* 

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11:00 

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. 0-MOUtE.X!AJaui:'..(ND .Date J?»IT>J)).. 
lata BiaK, Chtistoatior Biako. 

12:30 

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IB ERNEST TUBS Guaats: Loia Jerin-. 
' son and the Johnaon Slaiera. Jaok 

Ore ono and Bun-Wllaon. 

(DSPORTSCENTBl ,. 

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HBO MOVIE"*** "Conan The Bar- 
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Schwarzanogoor, JamoaEarl Jonoa, 
AM ■ 

(2) CD MOVIE **K "Nyoka And The 
Lost SecraiB 01 Hippocrataa'.' (IMS. 
- Advanlure) Kay AldrldQa.- Clayton 

Moore. — 

4:20 

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WHEEUE "AND THE CHOPPER 
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(t0S2, Suaponso) Michael IrotiBido. 
Loo Grant. 

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O ma WRITTEN 
m DAY OF DISCOVERY . 
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0:30 

COCBUSUAtUYOU 
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(3) HISPANIC REVIEW 
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CD (11) VIEWS 



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CD COLLEGE BASISTBALL "NCAA 

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aerrjif Inal (R) 

SHOW AU BABA'S REVENGE A meolc 
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GD DAY OF DISCOVERY 
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HQO MOVIE *** "Same Time. Next 
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(OHTV) SHE ORIHKS A LITTLE A dra- 
ma about a toun-ager who leamod to 
deal with her mother's alcoholism. 

7:35 , 
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KERR 

CB SlJNDAY MORWNQ - - 

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(1030. Weatam) John Wayne, Dofoan 

McKay. 

GD U.S. FARM REPORT 

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CD LLOYD OQILVIE 

CD OOOO MORNING MICKEYI "Lom- 
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SHOW MOVIE * * 14 "The Deeralayor" 

(te7B. Advoniuro) Slove Forrost, Ned 



CJN ALBUM FLASH 

0:06 

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ClMMOWe**f* "Tho Dlory Of Anno 
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tD GOOD MORNING MICKEYI "Sualo 

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_ (33 (B (1 1} ORAL ROBERTS 
' -C£ D.JAMES KENNEDY 

O SPORTS WEEK ■ 

CD MORMON TABERNACLE CHOIR 

O KENNETH COPELAND 

(B JEnRY:FALWELL— 

O WALL STREET "JOUnNAL-REPORT 

CS VAL OE LA O — 
-O 02) ROBEHT-SCHULLER _ 

Ca WELCOM E TO POOH CQRNEH " 



0(12) REX HUMBARO _ 

(□DONALD DUCK PRESENTS' 

(D GOSPEL COUNTRY Guoala: Con 

Hunloy. Criaty Lano, Tho Hinaona. 

(D SPORTSCENTER 

ON MOVIE ** "Advunturoa Ol Tho 

Wlldornasa Family II" (t97a. Advon- 

luro) Robert Logan, Suaon Damanto 

Show. 

10;6O 

ID THE NBA TONIGHT 

11:00 " ■ 
CO (Q CHINA: OTHER 'VOICES Tho 
choral oroup, "Ttio Corrturymon." per- 
form In Ihia ovont lapod In Novombor 
_UiSa_OnilthD]LjOUr_Dl_U]0-EDODlQ:il_ 
Ropubllc ol China. 

O STANDBY... LIQHT8I CAMERAI 
ACTIONI Leonard NImoy intorvlows tho 
Vice ProBldont ol Advortlslng from a 
major aiudio: aoo clipa (rem "Krull," 
"Sullahot" and "Twlllghl Zone: Th.o 

O (08 NEWTON'S APPLE 

O NEWS / WEAr,f£R / SPORTS 

O MOVIE AAh "Tho-GIrl Who Camo 

Gllt-Wrappod" (1974, Cpmody) Rlch- 

artf Long. Knron Valentino. 

QO MOVING RIQHT ALONG 

(SNEWS 

O (12) WORLD VISION 

CD MOVIE ** "The* Scofloi Clue" 

(1045, Myalpry) Sidney Tolor, Monlun 

Morolond. 

(D BEYOND THE HORIZON 
03 MOVIE ** "The .Black Hole" 
(1070. ScloncO'Flctloii) Maximilian 
Scholl. Robert Porater. Vvette Mlm- 



.GD ONE STEP. BEYOND ,:mie.DayJhet:it- 
World WopI -- Tho Lincoln Slory" Tho 
ovenle and clrcumalancoo aurrounding 
Lincoln'a aaaaaafnotlon. 
(Q (0) TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED 
"Galloping FoxJoy" A man hoa a , 
chanco to gain hIa revongo agofnal Iho 
boy ho moal haled oa a youth. 
HSO FRAGGLE ROCK Two plaloona of 

■ Ooozora " chailongo~ooch " oihdmo" o'' 
building corneal. 

C« MOVIE-*-**H "Trio" (1B51v0ra— 
ma) Joan Sfmmons. Michael Ronnlo. , 

..■.12:36.-: 

.(DFEATURETTE '. . 



Roy 



(Q TOMMY' HUMTER'Oudoia 
Acuii. Jocky Ward. , 
CD NBA BASKETBALL Boston Colllca 



a SPECIAL DELIVERY "Blue Fin" 

O (OB HUMANITIES THROUGH THE 

ARTS "Pointing: ThTnoa Wo Howo 

Pnaaod"' ^ 

O NEWS UPDATE / FREEMAN 

REPORTS 

CD YOUR TAX RETURN: 66 AND OLD- 
ER UPDATE Tax exporto give insifuc- 
liona and auggoaiiona lor income tax 
roluina applicable tor.pooplo GS yoais 
old nnd oldor, 

GD BASEBALL "Pro-So'aaon Gnmu " 
Chicago Cuba vo. San Francisco 
Glonia . 

(D BRIMSTONE. THE AMISH HORSE 
Brimalono. nn Injured BlooplochnDO 
champion. Id aold el auction and turned 
Into on Amloh work horse, 
03 dS OVATION "Cleero, the Quoon'a 
Drum Horao". Tho iruo atory ol Iho 
hornn IhnI cnrrloa Iho ailvor druma in 
Iho mouniud bnnd of Quoon Ellzaboih'B 
piirnoniii bodyuuQrd._!lTha.Sonrch (or 
Iho Royal Poralan P. .adi Journoy'a 
End" Tho ond ol tho aoorch occura ul 



:-_:;OJluoti:: nl Bhlladalohia .7.6gf.»^(5wttJj><lLi^lOz=:.tJQt:;lhc_Gr£iiiUtirouohl_an,ond;to 



CO FISHN' HOLE (R) 
HBO MOVIE "Hammott" (10Q2. 

- - _ Myolor y) Froderic Forroal. Pelor 

"Boylo. 

_ T(Kocr-r 

B CD CB SPORTS SUNDAY Sched- 
uled: Woild Figure Skating Champion- 
Bhipo (Irem Ottawa, Can.}. 
GQ (S tT'S VCUR BUSINESS 
O VOU CAN'T OO THAT ON TELEVI- 
SION ''Poraonal Hygiene"'^ Ew'orybody 
is "oll'wol" 10 ohow what koiriifTfr 
clean iaallaboul. 
O (SSI MISTER ROGERS (R) 

— ONEWS /WEATHER /SR0RT3 

ONEWS 

g) a.2. 1 .CQNIftCT-(B) "5 

(2D VIEWPOINT 

(5) WILD., WILD WEST 
(D (1 1) TO BE ANNOUNCED 
ID D. JAMES KENNEDY 



bJackout) 

SHOW MOVIE"* * "Tho PiraleMowIe"" 
(I0Q2. AtfvonluJii) Krlnly McNIchol, 
ChflDlophof Alkins. 

11:30 

Q CS QD (Q ( 11) NCAA BASKETBALL 
OOUBLEHEAOER Midwest Regional 

. Final (live from St. Leuia. Mo.) and tho 
WoBi Regional Final (live from Loa 

.AnooleaTCillf.); " ' 
O (DS WILDLIFE WOODCARVERS 
GD a CS TAKING ADVANTAGE 
OMONEVWEEK ' . 

.(D MATINEE AT.TKE 81J0U 

QDHERE'SLUCY " " " 

HDD WHEN WE FIRST MET Thin mod- 

.ornTdny.nomoo nnd JuJIei lulo fnotumn 
Iwo loon-noora~who" latnn'Iovb" ~ 



200'year-old Peralan dynaaty. (Pari 5} 
"HBO"MOVIE"*>"' Trlumphs'OIXMdn 
Coliod Heraa (1Q83. Drama) Richard 
Harris, Michael Bock, 
SHOW PAPER CHASE "Oulilna Fever" 

g 

(ONTV) MOVIE **h "Tho Outaldoro" 
(1083. Dramn) C. Thomas Howall, Malt 
Dlllen. 

~ i:30 
a iTff HUMANITIES THROUGH THE ' 
ARTS ■■Scuipi.i^u. Mirror 01 Man'a 

GolnoV 

(D FIRE ON T>iE-MOUNTA]N:Guoste:-T 
Julhro Burns and Rod Rector. BIN Men- 



mpioriaHip""~(rrom LuK'o PlacTJ 



12:00 

Q] CQ AOAM-12 An ox-eon wants to go 
back "home" to prison and aaka Ihe 
ollloera to help him. 

O GOING GREAT A Junior modal; two 
loonngo maglclana; a domonsirotlon ol 

■slop dancing. ' 

O m GERMAN PROFESSIONAL 
-SOCCER- " 



(SO QD AMERICAN SPORTSMAN 
O THE WEEK IN REVIEW 
Cn WILD KINGDOM 



Ca_QUMB5L::Stuch_0fi.BQ0kall.jLL'Hou 

Rod Granny" / "Indian Troublo" / 
"GumbyRacor" 
' (D BACKSTAOE-ATTHE GRAND'OtE- 
_pPRY_Guosto; Roger Millor. billy Walk- 
er, Stonowoil JockBon, 
(D (U MOVIE * "Showdown At Tho ' 
Equalor"-(1070. Advonturo) 
03 VIDEO DISC JOpKEYS 
CD 1B84 SLAM-DUNK COMPETITION 
(R) 

SHOW FAERIE TALE THEATRE "The 
Niofillnoale" Mick Jogger portrays tho 
emperor ol tho oncioni land ol Calhay 
who loarna Iho truo loaaona ol lllo from 
Iho a aong-lillod bird and a lowly klich- 
on maid. Bud Cort. Barbara Herahoy, 
Edward Olmos ond Moko alao alar. Q 

10:30 



2:00 

_C1)_0_®,CQ..L/QA QOLF 'JWomon'a 
Kemper Opori""Flhoi 'rVurid tilvo"" I'ro'm' 

■"■■■Mauh.'HawBii);- „,, 

a OS) SAVING ENERGY "Solar Roire- 
llia" Miko Gray axpioms Iho prlnclpios 
of solar energy and suggoata ways of 
uafng the sun to reduce onurgy costs, 
O NEWS UPDATE / HEALTKWEEK 
□[} OLD ENOUGH TO 00 TIME This 
documentary examinoa now logislallon 
that lacilitaloa Iransler ol juvoniioa to 
tho adult criminal jusiico ayatomi 
included la footage of iuvonilo ollond- 
oro. q 

O (12) MOVIE **b "Eacapadn.in 
— Japon'-(l 857-^Qi-:^^XL-".i -^i^lghl ^- 
Cnmoron Mlicholl. 
03 WAGON TRAIN 

(Q MOVIE **** "City Lighia" 



3:00 

O^VEWIRE "Tho iiuta And Bpllo 01 
Rock 'N'-41oH" Oueato: Miko Lovino. 
Triumph; O'odfpua, WBCN radio. (Part 2 
012) 

OdSOCEANUS " 
O NEWS / WEATHER / SPORTS 
CO A HOUSI FOR ALL SEASONS 
"Solor It ■ Rolrelltling" Popular aolar 
'add-on idoaa for homos ore evoiuoiod, 
end energy speciaiiat Phil Stom pro- 
' -vidoa lipa or) moklnu a noiar purchano. - 
P 

03 MOVIE * * "Rainbow Over ToSbb" 
. C IfllO^lrt'oalorn) Roy RoDoro. Qooroo^ 
"Gabt)y" Hayoa. 

■ (D PERFORMANCE PLUS 

(□ (□) YOU: MAGAZINE FOR WOMEN 
FoQlurod: A 32'yoor'Oid glltwaro buyor 
and Iroetanco graphic ortial from 
Rldgowood, N.J., rocalvos o mokoovor. 
(R) % 
(ONTV) MOVIE ** "I'm Donclno Ab 
Fnsl A3 1 Con" ( I9Q2. Dr^mo) Jill Clay- 
burgh, NIcnt WJIilnmson, 

- 3:25 
(D FEATURETTE 

3:30 

O m OCEANUS 

0 NEWSMAKER SUNDAY 

CD ALL NEW THIS OLD HOUSE Bob 
Viin la on tho road again to Invoallgalo 
□ nothor roaidentlai buildini) alternative. 
O 

(D WRAPAROUND NASHVILLE 

(D (□) BEWITCHED Samnniho nnd 

EAdoro diacover tho culinary dolighta 

01 Mario's roalaurant, 

O' UNDERSEA V/ORLD OF JACQUES 
_ COUSTEAU "DWinD.Mnchlnoa". A. hIa- . 
.J|?7y„oLmn'i!o^{illbmoia„to.aualflln.him^ 
aoll whilo probing tho ocean's oocrola 

Istroead. 

4:00 

a FACE THE NATION 
ca) (D.SISKEL 8 EBERT AT THE MOV- 
IES Rogor Ebon and Qano Siskoi 
reviow "Police Academy." "Children 
Of Tho Corn." "This la Spinal Tup" and 
"Love Loitora." 

O THE TOMORROW "PEOPLE "Tho 
Doomadny Men" Stophan hoa proven 
lo Douginti ihat he is lough enough to 
join tho Brolhorhood el the Deemsdny 

.Mon..(PorLaof.-l) '. . - . 

C3) FISHING THE NORTHWEST 

O US) VICTORY GARDEN 

■GO THE WALTONS 

-ONEWS-/ WEATHER-/ 8P0RTS- 
taJT Ai; ElfrS H OWC A SE~ 



you may pour youreelt a glase ol air. 
GDCJOCBS NEWS 

a ajS ALL NEW THIS OLD HOUSE Tho 
winner of Iho MelropoDton Home maga- 
lino Inter io^^aian contest la laaI|jrod. 

O INSIDE BUSINESS 
O FISHING T)iE NORTHWEST "South 
Fork Boiao River Ralnbowa" Idaho (iy 
liahocmnti Jock Sweot domonBtrelOD 
fly paltorna and Irick'a uabd lor goltlng 
_rn[nbow lroul_on t he ao uth fo£k ^Mho 
Boise River. ^ 

C23 EVERYDAY COOKING WITH 
JACQUES PEPIN" "Eogo~JoatindlliJr 
Gratin Ol Egga" Jacques Pepin domon- 
-olrAleBtiow-lo-boU-egga-enddlscusaoa 
croniivo uaoa for hard'boliod ogga, 
(Q DUCKING DISASTER WITH DON- 
ALD AND HIS FRIENDS Proleaaor 
Ludwig Von Drake llluslrales whai hap- 
pons when wo act without engaging our 
braini 

(D BACKSTAGE AT THE GRAND OLE 
OPRY GuoBta: Rogor Mllior. Bjliy Walk- 
er. Slonowoti Jackson. 
HBO MOVIE *** "Raotlmo" (1001. 
Ornmn) Jamoa Cagnoy. Howard E. Roi- 



4:35 



O WILD, WILD WORLD OF ANIMALS 
"Senaoa For Survivol" Inhoront In ait 
nnlmala, tho neeoaaor^ aonae le aur- 
vivo varies Ihroughoul tho animal 
world. 

6:00 

O CBS NEWS 

CO (D HAPPY DAYS AGAIN Keward'a 
,bow|ina.partnor.lurno out to bo q eurva- 
cuouo'lilrt. 

a REGGIE JACKSON'S WORLD OF 
SPORTS "Rodoa'— Hang-on- (or plonly 

_oI,rouDh:nnd-Jumb1q.r_ldln' nnd.rppin'.ni. 
itTu National Hlgli~Sch6bt'Rodao Finals 

■in DougtasrWyomlnor ■■ 

GS HEE HAW QuobIb; Tonya Tucker. 
Cnrl Porklna. Rip Taylor. Mliibn Dollar 
Bnnd. Moonahlne Cloggera & Dew- 
drops, 

a OS WALL STREET WEEK "Tho Dow 
Theory" Ouosi: Richard Rusaoii. odlior 
and publlahor. Richard Ruaaeit'a Dow 
-Theory Leilere.'tnfi. - 
(7) ABC NEWSg 

e MEWS UPDATE /' SPORTS SUN- 
DAY 

,cs)M:A;.siH 

ONEWSWATCHTHISWEEK--- 

O NEW8C0PE 



a AMERICAN RIFLEMAN II 
CB MOVIE **★ "War Wagon" (1807. 
-Weslern)John'Wnyne,'Kl(h Douglas — 
O, THB-MMPPeT-S.Gwonr Hiitvflr.Ko':- 

(i) GREAT CHEFS OF SAN FRANCIS- 
CO 

QD THIS WEEK IN COUNTRY MUSIC 
Foaturod: intorviowa wilh Eddie Heb- 
blM. Mario Oamond, Boxcar Willie. 
Byron Allon ("Real People"); Enri 
Thomon Contoy porlormenco and Inter- 



(ff) COUSTEAU AMAZON JaCQUOB 

..Couoioiiu._.nnd_hia ^rpBonreh_.,erew, 

._»lu;n'(IJho_Cnlj'p.oo ojteli^qJho'clvH'l-'' 
inilDnD.~lnduairioa*." ocoioo!/"'ortd~*lld" 
lllo m and around Iho Amaion River. 
tQdOFIRST CAMERA 
(D TOMMY HUNTER Quesia; Roy 
Acuii. Jacky Ward. 

O MOVIE *ti -'Nlnfa Extarmina- 
leir" (1076. Aduoniu'rii)' 
W SPORTSCENTER 
(ONTV) GETTtNQ IN THE GAME 

O (12) M OVIE **l j..;'Hfln'a-Prinker -ftiOS. 

And'Tho Silvor Skaios" (tOOO, Mual- O WRESTLING 
cal) Eleanor Porker. Richard Baoehart. - s-30 -v—^. ■ 

f^]„ LO , VE BOAT A-b hhuIIeur nntf htn_^e' NpWq ' ■ 
employer fail in love, o modol glvos CJTCQTHHEE'SXOMPANV^utinrrmo — 
Gopnof heroic foniaaloa. a aoparatod taken lor a lamoua chol bringa Jack a 
couple vie for ihoir son'a nlleclion and prosilgloua job and d run-in with Iho 



O (12) MOVIE ** •■Goor qQL'-tia7fl. — '^tr ^vM ^^afUfl-CrhitHiii-Vir — BoflOiojDchaoajymXcanMlnco-iwyoaA__«rifllnall«-»n«mi«i. 

-™.,A„.„rv.i ..„,.K„„ ginia ChorrlH. ' olwhohein. O (81 MARKET TO MARKET 

HL""L^..°.'- ■„ - (D (11) FISHING THE NORTHWEST (33 ALL IN THE FAMILY Archie 

"Sntmon and Halibur' LDrry_ScllQon: raflod-whoft-edith-BlvBB-Bway-irTOlir' 

bom-nntT'ouTdo Ri^h-koorr 
iMoIr llohino "dvonturo in G 



(2 O CSTOa-MEETTHE PRESS 
a THE THIRD EYE "Into Tho'Laby- 
rinlh" Torry. Helen and Phil nro 
onlombod In dorknoaa: Roihgo haa 
oont them hurling through tho Labyrinth 
in purauil of NIdua. (Port S ol 7} 
O CO as ELECTRIC COMPANY (H) 
CD a CS THIS WEEK -VrtlHrDAVID 
BRINKLEY. - 

O INVESTIGATIVE REPORT 
6 nme(*-New9, TwJn Falls, rdaho Friday. March 23. 19W 



AU von lUreT Morahal F 
MIcholo Morclor. 
,(D_MOVlE..**>._;:Brimatonq;; .(IB4B, 
Wealorn) R^djComoron. Adrion Booth. . 
(B HOVife ** "bid Barn Danco" 
(1938. Wealorn) Qono Autry. 
(D as TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED 
"Lamb To Slaughter" Potico oro sure 
thai a houaewllo (Sueen Oeorge) is 
roeponalble tor Iho bludgoonlng ol her 
husband but Ihey can'l aoem to lind 
Iho murdar woapon.' 
(O VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 
(ONTV) ON SPORTS SPECIAL: G' OLE 
12:30 ' 

(2) O (S (D SPI3RTSW0FILD Schod- 
ulod: World Croaa Country Chdmplon- 
ahlpa. loaturlng runnora. from 60 
notions, (from Eoal Ruthorlord. N.J.). 
O AGAINST TflE ODDS "F.D.R. And 
E'oanor" Franklin Rooaovolt bocomo 
Iho only men to be aloclod proaldani to 
four terma nnd led Iho country through 
Iho DoproBBlon and World War II; Eloa- 
nor'a campaign lor univoraol humnn 
rights won hnr moro^ tribulon and 
nwaidu"llinn"nny □(hor'womrtn ift Amori-' 
can hialory. 

C5 O CB.USFL.FOOTBALL 



I THAT'S COUNTRY Quoot: Louiol 



(D VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 
SHOW MOVIE ***h "Groon Man- 
aiona" (1050, Romaneo) Audroy Hop- 
burn. Anthony Porklna. 
CIN MOVIE **W "Scnvongor Hunt" 
(1970, Comody) Richard Benjamin. 
Jamoa Coco, 

2:30 

B SPECIAL DELIVERY "Dopocha 
Mode In Concert" "Jusl Can't Get - 
Enough." Dopocho Msdo's hit single; 
Is another wave In tho now British Inva- 
sion we'll hear In this live concorl 

O* ffJD EVERYDAY COOKING WITH 
JACQUES PEPIN "Vogoinbln Soup" 
JncquoaPopih makoa a aturdy vogola-. 
bio soup with corn dumpllnga nnd 
diacusaos Iroah wlhior vogetobioa. (R) 
O EVANS & NOVAK 
HBO MOVIE *** "Somo Time. Noxl 
Ynnr" (1078. Comody) Alan Aldo.EIlBn- 
Buratyn," 

2:35 

O HIGH CHAPARRAL- 



'O— — oblo InhorUonco.loIlJo horjjy.h; 



AliiBkn. nn Ico ego limo cVflsuIo ol 
nmonlllcont beauty. (Pari '2'ol 2) 
IB MOVIE "Doddy Long Loos-*~(No~ 
Dalo) Animated. 

(□ NEWI ANIMAL WORLD "Elophonia 

01 Thailand" Thio program ahowa tho 

rontrlbuilon madu by Asian olophanto" 

10 Thailand'o logging Industry, 

(Q GOSPEL COUNTRY Quoata; Con 

Kunloy. Criaty Lone, Ths Hlnsona. 

© (13) ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRE- 

SENTS 

(D VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 

SHOW MOVIE ** -Tough Enouah" 

(10Q3, Drama) Donnia Ouold, Cnrlono , 

Whlklna. 

CIN MOVIE **% ■■Cluny Brown" 
/I04e. Comody) Jennllor Jones. 
Charloa'Ooyor, 

4:30 

& INTERACTION 

(7)0 W (D.(D (1 1) NBC NEWS 

CI MR. WIZARD'S WORLD You ro 

Invilod to Mr. Wtzaid'a kitchen whore"- 



O TWILIGHT ZONE Mr. Friaby haa Iho 
moat vivid Imagination in town, arid 
improaaoa quite a few "pooplo" with II. 
O VIEWPOINT 
CD NEW TEOI TIMES 
tS_TAKiNG_>OVAtlTAQE_Eooturod 
hon^o Bocurlty opIlonB. genoric va. 
br^nd noma producia. child caro 
opiiona, 

(D FLYING HOUSE 

(D ROGER WKITTAKER IN KENYA 
Sinflor Rogor Whltlakor exptoras hIa 
hemolond ol Kenya, looking at lis poo- 
plo and wlldllle,. 
(ONTV) INSIDE ON 



- , 8:00 
&Cy)(SfB (1 T) 80 MINUTES 
(D (D NEWS 



O BY DEStON QuoDl: fashion doslanor 
Karl Laoarfold. 

O 02) THE COMPLEAT GILBERT AND 
SULLIVAN "Tho Yoomon 0( Tho 
Guard" Joot Groy, Ellzobolh Galo and 
Allrod Marks arQ foalufsdin this tola ol 
lovo. IniriguB snd mlstokan Idoniily. p 
(DOW RIPLETS BajEVE fT OR 
NOT Paalurod: tha historic looond ot 
' " Joaoo 'Jomoo: D hollcoptar IIro-oscapo~ 
dovico for-hioh-rlao bull[llnBa;-Iciilnliia_ 
lioo porform ora; unuBuol n nlmol court- 
aHlp riloa. (R> 

O NEWS / WEATMEH / SPORTS 
O FIRST CAMERA - 
00 COMPUTER CHRONICLES 
— 0(IZ>-STAR6 



whon two podoslrions aro klltad by a 
moiorlst. 

HBO MEN AT WORK IN CONCERT Tho 
Gfoinmy-wlnnino Auolrollan group pof- 
lorm ouch hlto aa "Down Under," "Tho 
UndorgrournI/' "Who Con 11 Bo Now" 

a:00 

,e>. W. GD .THE.JEFF6BQON3.RBlph-o.. 
llvolIhQod as a doorman la ihroatonad 
auncaB.h.Q_ 



Q} O (S IS CD (1 1} MOVIE '-Time 

Bomb" n^ramloro. Dro ma) MoiQan 
FoirchMd. Josoph Botlomo. ' 
CX (!!!) NATURE "Roaufi 



(D WALL STREET JOURNAL REPORT 
Ca^VESHUA "Tho Land And Tho 
Premlso" Dr. Oawotd Hollmon guldoa 
us through o closo look oi tho Roman 
province, Yoohua, whore Jaaua woo 
born. <Part 1 ol S) 

fB MOVIE ** "Old EJofn Daneu" 

{ 1038, Woolorn) Qono Auiry, 

03 VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS . 

(D NBA BASKETBALL Mow Vork 

Knicks ai'Now Jdrsoy Nets (Subfoci to 

blackout} 

SHOW FAERIE TALE THEATRE -Tho 
Nlahllnoa'*)" MIek Jaooor portrayo tho 
omptiror ol tho ancloni land ol Cathay 
who loarno tho iruo lasnono Of llfo from 
iho 1 Dona-dllad blrd and o lowly klich> 
on maid, 6ud Cert, Borbaro Horahoy, 
Edward OtmoB and Ma ho bIbb Blar. Q 
CM MOVtE ** "Adwonlurog Of The 
WItdornosa PBRilly 11" {1978, Adven- 
lure) Robert LoDsrt. SuBsn Damonle 

■ Shnw, " 
(OUJV) MOVIE **** "ONvarl- 

.. ( ISQS,.. Muoicol) - Ron^Moody,— Olivar— 


O A TALE OF-TWO-SEASONS An 
inaido look at Iho riso and (oil ol tho 
10B3 Atlanta Brovog Booaon thai 
boflan with high hopes and ended In a 
downhill olldo, 

6:30 

GO fJEWTON'S APPLE Ira Flalow 
oxamlnos digital sound, oaka about 
tanlh ch&'.tortno ln ttia cold; looks a C 
cDokina oooB. and uisliD a camel. 
(S IN SEARCH OF,,. "Magic Ol Sio- 
'nehong o" 
-£0~MV5n5EYERPIECE THEATER 

"Tonchora Are People Too" 

7:00 

O GD O SUZANNE PLESHETTE IS 
, MAGQiE.BRiaas Excilod o¥Of,hor.now_ 



fliiompiB 10' cnnnoffn 
lllootylo and losoo her boat friend. 
C;C ^ C£) CQ (D (11) KNIGHT RIDER 
Michael la loicod to rattiove. KITT's 

8ta!e;ot-jtiq:art_.ctala_presfBm,7r^ 

"cbmpiiter''Wnii wHe'hH 
O THE COLLECTTONTne rtvag ol four 
pooplo aro plagued with JealouBV, auB- 
piclon and vongolulness. 
W O (S) HARDCASTLE & MCCOR- 
MICK Mark and tho iudgo Inveallgato a 
vidoo dating sorvlco (or iho woatlhy 
(hat Ihrealons Iho lives ol llo custom- 



— mHiTOn" Sunkan Japarioao war 
machinery doalroyod by the Allloa dur- 
ing Wodd War II In the South Pacific 
provldoa an onwironmont (or the urtdor- 
wQiur plant and animal llfo Ihat ia oio- 
minod In Ihlslilm.q 

GD O GD MOVIE "AUen" 
. (1079, Horror) Tom Skotrilt, Yaphel 
Kotlo. . 

0 NEWS / WEATHER / SPORTS 

GO . ASCENT OF MAN "Qonorallon 
Upon Qonorallon" .The Inlrieato code 

01 human Inhorltance and Ihe diacevor- 
ioa ol Grogor Mondel aro examiaed In 
tho light el modern ihoorles el oenoi- 

iCB. 

O (t2) MDVIE *** "The Ceurt Mar- 
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O (12) SWITCH Pole and Mac Invoatl- 
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(1003. Oramo) Charlos Bronaon, 
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11:00 



CC RIPPING YARNS "ToTpklnson'o 
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O CHILDREN'S FUND 
11:20 

O OSCAR REMEMBERED Maxim 
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11:30 

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11:46 

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CD MOVIE * * 14 "Tho Molly 
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Ul (3VAT10N "Seven Canadian 
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03 NATURE ."RoBUffoclion At Truk 

8"n>'»»J*P't?-7;;r :iiSl»«^tl ORAL ROBERTS 
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(D (Q DRAGNET Friday and Gannon 
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a SPORTS TONtOHT 
CS .TWIUOHT ZONE Modem National 
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Hern find omineua signs of Impending 




(iir's slelen honi Bn~e)ieluBl«a dapori- 

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SHOW MOVIE **M "The Oaeralayor" 

<I976, Adveniuro) Slave FerroBl. Ned 
Romero. 

7:05 - 
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7:30 

O CB GD DOMESTIC LFE 
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ol Ilia at hor homo for a achoal projoci. 
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'(1076, Comody) SIdnoy ^olllor, BIN 

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(ONTV) MOVIE *** "Guyo^And 
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(toeo. Drsma) John Rlllor, Suaan Dey. 

CM *** "Lova At Flral BIto" {IS7B, 

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O "Suaplclon" (1041, 

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SHOW ** "Shorlock 'HalmoB Focon 
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CIN *** -Ttio Doop" (1977. AOwon- 
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(je7i, Drama) Clint Easlvvood, Geral- 
dlno Pago. 



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Ci) BUSINESS REPORT 
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CIN "Loi'a Do II Again" (1075.. 
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Goorgii Burna. John Oonwor. 

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CIN « * « "Lovo At Flrai fllw" ( 1970. 
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motod. A trio Ot cloaalc rhyming totoa 
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EL8O0N A suspoctod wllch la sont by 
tho Shoriri ol Notllnghnm lo poison 
RoBIn Hood. (Part I ol 4) 



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SHOW M6VIE *** "Dood Mon Don't 
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Martin, Rnchul Ward. ____ 
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Comody okolchos oomblno with clas- 
sic film and nowB lootooo In a.i odbont. 
satiric lako-Oll. 

SHOW FAERIE TA1.E THEATRE "Jack 
And Tho Boonsialk" DonniB Chflalo- 
ptior ploya Jock and Kaihofino Hal- 
mond ia Jock's molhor In this voraion 

01 the tale ebout « young man who 
mual prove hla courage ngalnal a giant 
and gtnnteaa (ElUott Qoutd, Jean 
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tragic aocroi. (PaH < o' 2} 
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WomBh"'(tfi69i Drania) Rebart Sliaeh. 

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IB JACK BENNY' Jack and the 
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bombing raid. 

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CS (D BEST OF CARSON Hoat; Johnny 
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lilo on Iho lino whon it, comoa to a. 
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10:40 

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ttar father In a govornmont agant 
morkod tormurdBr. (R) 
O WOnCO WAR D; SECne ARMY 
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mnrked tor tnurdor. (R) i- 
CD FANTASY tSLAND - - 
O MOVIE **5i "Blrdo Do II" (I08d,' 
Comedy) _^oupy Soloa. Tob HuntM. 

11:10 
© HAWAII FIVE-0 . 

11:30 

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O MOVIE *** "SMo Done Him 
WfOno" (1033, Coniody) Cory Qrant. 
Mao Weal. 

CSTHICKE OFTHENIQHT 
O 00 (D (11) LATE NIQHT WFTH 
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O (12) INDEPENDENT NETWORK- 
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(Q OPRYLAND ON STAGE Rising 

country munlc niofo porlorm. 



12:0O 

O ONEDIN LINE "The Homecoming" 
When James sails homo to Liverpool, 
_AnnoJg.iioI.on.tha-qiiay-'< ibiuMsotva- 
corlaln Michael Adoma, 

CD BACHELOR FATHER 

(D-VIDEO 

HBO MOVIE **» 'Tontlvr Merctos" 
mBB2^Dr Mial . Ra hart, Dum II 
Horpvr. 

SHOW MOVIE "Tho BcbI" (No 
Dale, Comody} Gloria Qulda, Patricia 
Wobly. 

13.-05 

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LETTERMAN 

Q) THCKE OI^IHE NIQHT 

12:10 » ■ 

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murders on aaaoclalo whan ha 
believes the man may have oridonco 
linUng him to Iraudulohl bualnaaa prac- 
licea. (R) 

12:iB 

CO COLUMBO A physical lllneaa ouru 
murders on aaiDeiaio when he 
boliovoa the man may liava ttvldonca 
linking tilm to fraudulant-bualness P'ao- 
tICOB. (R) 



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2:00 

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I1D5-1, Muolcfll) Qono Kelly. Cyd Char- ' 
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aiitaeon diacovefa th at hia lite la aoX^ 
-over even ttiouoh he-can no longer 
practice. 

SHOW MOVE * 'The Man Who 
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R.L. Peck. V. Hodo«. I 
3:30 

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12:30 

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ID C:OtXEQE BASKETBALL "NCAA 
DIvlaion III Cttampion'sMp" (froffl Grand 
Rapida. Mich.) (R) 

„ (Si to ADAM- 12^1% oirieers take to 
the air am they begin a apeciol asoign- 
nioni with lha Air Support DIvlaion. 
(Pari I of 2) 
CMSCANDALB 

1:20 

SHOW MOVIE "10 To MIdnlohl" 
(IBB3, Drama) Chnrlaa Bronaoni 
Andrew Slevona. 

1:30 • 

O ATTMEMET 

CS ROWAN a MARTIN'S LAUGH-IN. 

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1:36 

(Si fD MARCUS WELBY. M.D, A men 
loarnfl ho has a foaponalbirily to hlfl 
young aon who ia airlckon with rheuma- 



CIN MOVtE *H -Tho Hnppy_Hooker';_ 
Plorro Aumonl. 

2:30 

O RAT PATROL 

(S MOVIE "Coma Out Flotitlng" 
'(104S, Comedy) Loo Goreay. Htinit 
HalL 

IIDilOSSBA0LEV~- 

(DID) SPORTS PROBE ' 
2:3s 

O) IB AOAM-12-lh eoparota helicQp- ' 
tera. Via oHIcera pursuo a elalen llghl 
alrerBlt.(Part2ol 2) 
2:40 

HBO MOVIE '**H "Wlthout A Traca". 
(1083. Drama) Kate Nelllgan, Judd 
HIroch, 

3:00 

O CHILDREN'S FUND 

03} MOVIE A* -"Friendly Enemioo" 
(1042. Orama) Chsrieo Wlnnlnger. 
Charles Ruooloa. 

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( 1945, Wootam) SiHiaet Careen. Unda ' 

Siorllng. 

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(Q JIMMY SWAOtMRT .' 

(0NTV)^TYLE*84 ■ 

4:36 

SHOW MOVIE ** "Safari 3000" 
(igoi, Adventure) David CarraiJIne. . 

Slodinrd Channlng. — - 

4:40 

HBO.__MOVlE . **..«.,„"Sece.n.d . 
Thoughts" (1902, Comedy) Luole 
Amai, Crelg Wnsson. 



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0:00 

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a BLOODLINES 

O (BE) BUSINESS REPORT 

(D WHEEL OF FORTUNE 

Q PRIMENEWS 

CS FAMILY FEUD 

MOVtE **** "A Letlor To Throo 

Wlvos" (1940. Orama) Joonno Groin,. 

Linda Dornoil. - ■ - 

(8 (t t) THE A-TEAM Tnii loofl gooo'lo " 

tlOO In nn nllompt lo brook up n rob- 
■ •stor-finhlno "ptoiocilon" inciioi. (nj 

03 1 SPY "Night Trflln To MQCild" 
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about an undorsiandlng matron and har 
gentloman boarder. 

a m MACNEIL / LEHRER 
NEW8H0UR 

CD O (S) FOUL-UPS, BLEEPS & 
BLUNDERS 

CD NOVA "Make My Poopio Live: The 
Crlaia In Indian Heallh" The nailonal 
laaua ol Amerlco's obligation .to. ita . . 
_noi|vo:Doptitoilon:rB~Dxon)lnD(t'ihrouohr 
wiaiia 10 ffladical coro foclllllea on Indi- 
an [ODacvnliona, O 

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6:00 

(OmV) **>> "The Enlliy" (IBS2. 
Horror) Barbara Hersnoy, Ran Sllvor. 

" ■■ 6:6E 

.C>N:**'*.=tuoaB:OI J.,rc".(i04e, Biog- 
raphy) tagrld Bergman.-Joae Ferrer. -- 

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.SHOW.**,rSherl0ck.Holmes Fecoa 
Oeoth" (1043. Myalery) Basil Ralh- 
4ion«.-ftilBe l Br ece. ■ . 



10:00 

(D "Nurse Edllh Cavell" (lese, 

Drama) Anna Neagle. Oeorga Sandera. 
(DOS « "Let 'Em Have It" (1050.) 
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. ID *** ''The j»plorera: Sri Lanka" 
(1B70) Deciimaniairy.~NarraldirtiWan- 
Clark. 

-HBO-**-:!aHara'aWHaL*..t1BB2, Dra- 
nrn) Edward Aanor. MarlaWe Hartley. 



Dtrong. ^ 
(OWTV) **tt "Wllhwit A Trace" 
C19S3, Drama) Kate NalUgan, Jud<f 

Hlrach, 

■■2:30 ■ - ■ 



"SHOW *«*."The UrAlhA^a'lUMtria; — Us I e T UfaWWAWIfmntfa, 

^V:LU99a^OftiIia) Marla.&ChDlL.JClll f^lM "* FnmHy Hp.lrtu Down- ' 

Brynitar. ... (1976. Drama) Helen -Hayes, Fred 

CtH **n "Under CBprleem^' (1949, Aiiaire, 

Drama) Ingrid Seroman. Jeaeph Cot- (OHTV) "My Foir Lody" 

ten. (1DD4. Musical) Rox Harrloon, Audrey 



Roundup" Learn how (he majeailc buL 
~TQnrninnniRtO'irriimartiaMd~£enl Abd'e k 
ihrough eonaervallon meoauieB on iho 
Nallonol Blaon Range in Mentana. 
(D MO PARADISE Acitvltloa at o.rea- 

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Nantiviltn.' 

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(ONTV) MOVIE '-The Young 

' LMfldlordfr'''-(ieB3,'-Drama)'Ke«tn-6ulll- 
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champion paya a goodwill vlill to the 

40771h. 

CB BUSINESS REPORT 
QEl M*A*S*H Hawkeyo and B.J. decide 
_lo_do, aomethlng^about^a halicoplerl 
pilot who uses natlvaa to gather battle- 
liald bric-a-brac to sell as war aouve- 

CD MICKEY MOUSE CLUB "Pluto And 
The Baby" / "Sid Miller Show" 
(B FANDANGO Faalufed: an Interview 
with Hank Locklin. : 

rax 

O CD (S3 fB (11) THE AMERICAN 
PARADE (PREMIERE) 
CE) D CS) (D THE A-TEAM The team 
QOoa to aee in sn atlampt to break upa' 
loboter- fishing "proteollbn" racket. (R) 
O AITTS PLAYHOUSE "A Lovesong 
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7:00 



(Q NASHVILLE NOW Live features 

highllghtino country mualc. 
HBO MOVIE ** "O'Hara's Wllo ' 
( <0Q2.-Oroma] Edward A sn or, Ma rial I o 
.HdrllOy": " '. ■ "■ ■ " 

SHOW MOVIE "The Ouialdsrs" 

(ies3. Dramo) CiThomas Howell, Matt 
Dillon. 

T ao , , 
"ar-7eBF»»A! 

•v-<iMOoforo Jho or""'' 

-ltwp*e«nlAnBrttf((-entr^' 
night inoioil coll. 

~ fDRIN TIN^TIN "RuBly Sui 
CaNMOVIE "Trio" (igSI. Oia- 
mo) Jeon SImmona. Michael Ronnie. 
8:00 

-O J3LCI) JlX-Tt^TER ' Terri ble'Joe 
Moran" A. .former- boxing ch'amplod'" 

'(Jamea-Cagney),. living ill roliremont in 
a New York brownstono. muat coma to 
terms wllh' his' past Ufa and career 
when a granddauohler (Ellen Barhln] 
he haan't aeon In IS yaaia comoa inio_ 
hlo lilo. ■ ■ 

CZ) O (S) (B (Q (11) RIPTIDE Cody 
.and-Niclc-must -rascuo-BDZ^and.an . 
attractive oirlino stewardeae from o 
killer who wania to retrieve a oupply or 

dlamonda:'' : 

0 dS NOVA "Make My People Live: 
The Crlaia In Indian Heallh" The nailon- 
al lasue of Amarica's obligation to ita . 
native population la examined through 
vlalta to medical cafe lacilitlaa on Indi- 
an re Bsrvat Ions. 1? 

(S O CS THREE'S COMPANY TerrI 
dlaposea of a couch which contalna 
money Jack received from a laalty 
bank-teller machine. (R)Q 

O FREEMAN REPORTS 

(Z) AMERICAN PLAYH(X)SE'Piibr.Uar 
The Uvlng: The Madnaf'E^'^ 



RflfS "Th6~Leamlno Troo;' 

(1909. Drama) 'Kyle Johnson, Alex 

Clarke. 

0:00 



(1058, Advonluro) Tab Hunter. Etchlha 



SHOW— * *ifr—uWIHioul- A— Trace" - 
(1083. Drama) Kale NelliBBn, Judd 
Hirach. 

QN "The Man Who-Would Be ' 

Kino" (1075. Advonlurol Sean Cee - 
llehael Co IT 

0:00 



11:0S 

O . "Vanished" (Part ,1) (1070, 
Suaponse) Richard WIdmarK, Skye 

Aubrey.™„_...*...- . „ _ 

. . . . 12:30. .. . 
HBO "Rasurrseilon" (19bd. 

Drama) Ellen Borelyni 8am Shepard. 
1:00 

ID *** "The Conqueal Of Evereel'*' 
(1953. Adwenlure) Doeumonlary. - 

Cfy "High T» r7>.]^. 



HBD **H "Tho Outsiders" (1083, 
Drama) C, Thomaa Howell. Matt Dillon. 
^ - -g^i- --. 

HBO *** "The Learning T^ee" 
(lseB,.^^rtimB) Kyle Johnaon, AIek ' 
CI Bike. N 

. SHOW_ ** . "Mountain. Farany^RjilMni. .. 
son" (1979, Advoniure) Retrnt'Legan, . 
Susan Domanlo Shaw. 



U-"T«BTJiah'Wh"irW5uia^e 



Drama) C. Tliomai Hewell. Mall Dillon. (1083. Dremg) Tom Selleck. Bees Arm- King" (1876. Adventure) 



Howant Rollina and lreaa Cera afar- In 
this drama baaad on the Die of alain 
civil rights leader Medoar Evare. ffi) □ 
O" «2)~Mft«E~»*'i*~'^9lr5eco" 
(i05i--A4yartture>-Hiimphray-BoaaiL. 
Maria Toren. " 
a)NEWS 

-89 MOVIE «■■*"* "Tha-Bareloot Eaae* 
ifllve" (1071. Comedy) Kurt Ruaeall. 

Joe Ffynrt. 

O VIDEO DISC JO(a<E^ — 

(ONTV) MOVIE **» "WHhoiil A 
Trace" (19B3. Drama) Kale Nelllgan. 

JiiddHlrsch." ' " 

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'tiow.. Oaeat..wlnnerB..aro ,choBon and 
how the award can afleot e wlnner'a 
career, bicludlng htterviews with pesi 
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low VW&t a«^"BMhdarP«f~~^ " 

<im UOVm i^*M,'^h Road To Chl< 
no" (10S3, Drama) Tom SeUoelt, Bess 
A^ilrong.' 

- .- o-iB — , 

(DSPORTSLOOlC 

0:30 



(D m TENNS "CoureCup" Men's 
ttaiale (from Milan, Italy) 
ID NR.-8 GHEATEBT MOMENTS 
. -Green Bay Paekere 'B7 HlgMlohie" 

So HOLL-nvobO FRENZY: RACWa 
FOR BfOOEST AWARD A (odc-at . 



(3) '0 d) (Q ID (11) REMINOTON ' 
STEELE Ramlngion Is not his uauel 
porceptivo sell when o long-loal love 
re-entera his Nfo. 

O ARTS PUYHOUSE . "Reunion 
parh Pony" Jmo short playe try Davld^' 
Mamet about a lather and a daughter 
are preaenled, 

a Offi AI«niCAN PLAYHOUSE "For 1" 
Ub. The Living: The Medgar Evera Sto- I 

-ry'- Howard Rollino and Irene Cara eter - 
in this drama baaed on the'lifa of alaln 
civil rlghte leader Medgar Evan. 04} D 
(S O GD HWTT TO HART-Jotwman-a 
life la Ihraatanad by flittilaai 
Ihlavae while ha'a on a buakMoa (rip in 

.Paria^(R)p 
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(S3 SOAP Mary tells Jeaaica that Ches- 
tar la Oanny'a father; Burt bocomaa an 
overnight, horo; Danny and Chester 
prepare for kUtaiay tranafrfanl auroary. 
IDANOimUFE . - 
Oa-YOU CM.8E A STAR Coumnj-fUir. 



- - CQ'KAZANTZAKIS This - documemary- 
prollle ol Nikoe Kezantzakla, author of 
"Zorba. The Oroek." la narrated by 
aaema Pappard and featuras Anthony 
Qukn. 

OTHECATLWS 

W LOVE BOAT Julie gats married, the - 
missing link la captured by a protesaor 
and his colleeguee. and a aohool 
teacher faUa tor a waahhy man with a 
tragic aecret. (Part 2 ol 2) 



■ ,fl:40_ 



::JJ[tJ«OUSETCRPIECE=7HEATEn "Tho" 

_BQacLCoiicori" 

e;46 

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I Championship" <lram Lnko Ptadd, 
N.Y.)(R) 

10:00 

OC2)C3)C<DCSOQDOaQ(a(D 
(11) NEWS 
■ O ARTS- PLAYHOUSE" "AT.OveBOno" 



Cnfnon. 



Eorlo Kymnn atar In (No perforniance 
nbDuLanjindaralandinofnatron^ndMr— 

aeniloman boardor. 
— ONEWSMQHr <-:^ 

CD MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING 

CIRCUS. 

O MOVIE *** ■TflBl Run" (lOOQ. 
Drama) Jnmos Franciscus, L«allo NIOl- 

0<12)80AP 

(D BURNS AND ALLEN" ~ 
(D MOVIE "Whllo Witch Doc- 

tor" (1953, Advonturo) Susan Hay- 
ward, Rcibol Mllchum. 
GS NASHVILLE NOW LIvB foatufes 
hlahllahllno country muale, 
(D VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 
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HEH MUSIC Lena Hbrno pr«s0nta hof 
Tony Awafd-wlnnlno ono-womnn Broad- 
wny show In which sho porforma 
■■Cnn'l Holp Lovin' Thai Man," "From 
This Moment On" nnd "Slormy Woath- 



10:30 

O ALL IN THE FAMILY 

-BARBERSHOP— ^AMBOREE- 



- [Z)'D0CT0RTVHO^'lnlHi]BlB~Eni)my*- 
. MlcrO'Clonoa of tho Doctor„and.LfioU 
aro aont Inio tho Docior*a vlruB-inlQsV 
ad brain, (Part 3 ol 4) 
O (13) CHARLIE'S ANQELS Working 
undofcovor. Itis Ansels continue thoir 
Invosllaallon ot suspiclouB occurronc,- 
oa at a Loa VoooB casino. (Part 2) 
(5) MOVIE *** "Thunder Bay" 
..(ifiSS. Advonlufo) James Stewiirl. 
— Jonnno {>nrr~ — ■ 



and Won 



n07Br"A"avonturb)'Dbrivof Pylo. John 

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(5) THtCacE OF THE NIGHT 

O IX) CB (11) LATE NIQHT WITH 

DAVID LETTERMAN 

O (12) INDEPENDENT NETWORK 

NEWS 

an LOVE THAT 0OB 

GB OPRYLAND ON - STAGE RIoIno 

country muDfc.atorsporlorm. 



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(IrdmHompaload, N.Y.) (R) 
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Traco" (1003, Drama) Kale Nolllga'n, 
Judd Hirnch. 

\3:S0 

HBO NOT NECESSARILY THE MOVIES 
A snilrlcal look Bl movioB, Includlnj} 
comical criilquoa of Ihia year's Oscar 
nomlnoos. 

1:00 



10:36 

-(2)(B.T0NiaHT.Host;-Johnny-Carson.— 
CS BARNEY- MILLER -fl olualnB to 

in the dopartmBnlal doghouBO, and Iho 
man of lha I2lh sro facod with moklng 
a tull-scolo aagsull 'on the run-down 
hotel. (Part 2 ol 2} 

3) ENTERTAINMENT TONIOHT Fea- 
tured: Nick NoMo. 



(Q FEATtmETTE— 



12:00 ., 



-n-BLOODDHE g- 

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GD INDEPENDENT NETWORK NEWS 
~QD'700 CLUB Faolurod:-oiilroBB-8uann~ 

Howard (VDslloB"). baseball preview. 



2:10 " " 

O RAT PATROL 

~SHOW MOVIE ** "Tho Sensuous 
Nutao" (1979, Comedy) Ursula 
Andreas, Duillo Del Prato. 

2:30 

' QD ROSS BAGLEY 

(E) WORLD CUP SKIINQ "Women's 
Slalom" (from Walervlllo Valley, N.H.) 



GDM*A*S*H 



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t:00 



B MAONUM. P.I. A larmor Kim star 
hires Maonum io InvesHoata tho sui- 
cide of d Hollywood celobrlty. (R) 
O (QD COMPUTER PROGRAMME 
"Thingo To Como" A look si Ihe 
Impact ol computora on the luiuro. Q 
O TWILIGHT ZONE Floolng Irom a 
-World War 1 aorlsl battle. □ pilot gots 
toat In boih spoco and time. 
CDQONQSHOW 

m LATENIOHT AMERICA Host; Dennis 

Wholoy. 
' 03 1 MARRIED JOAN "CDreer" 

HBO MOVIE "Tho Cold Room" (1934, 
- Drama) OoorgeSeaalrAmsrtdD Pays.' ~ 

CIN SCTV 



ti05- 



-JADodJiiJUton^Now-KiimDahira.. this., 
apodal features the Society tor Ihe 
PraBorvatlon~ot Barbershop' Ouanot ' 
Singing In America porformlng "Seven 
Old Lndioa." "A Tribute To Lydia Pink- 
hnni," "Tho Ballad Ol Lliile Gordon" 
and othor fnvocltoo. 
O to ABC NEWS NIGHILINE 
O <B <1 1) TONIGHT Hoat: Johnny 



. C3]_MAQNUM,..P.I. A lormor.fllm. slor. 

hlfOB 'Moiihum lb Inveatlgate the sui- 
' cide of a Hollywood eelebrfty.- (R) 

(S FANTASY ISLAND 

11:10 
C5) HAWAII FIVE-0 

I1:30 

O llffl IDAHO REPORTS 



O ARTS PLAYHOUSE "Reunion / 
Dark Pony" Two short ploys by David 
Mamet about a lalhor and a daughter 
are pro'sontod. 
OD BACHELOR FATHER 
IB VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 
CIN MOVIE"*-*-M-"A Family Upalde 
Down" (lers, Drsma) Holen Hayes. 
Fred Astalre. 

12:0S 

(D CE>— l-ATE-NiaHT-WnrH-.OAVtO- 

LETTERMAN 

(33 THCKE OF THE NIQHT 

O MOVIE *** "The Slrawborry 

Blonde" (t94t. Camedy) James Cog- 

noy. Rita Koyworth. 

'12:10 

O MCCLOUO Airline ailendanis dou- 
ble as Jewel IhlovoB In on Intornsiional 
smuggling ring, (R] 

12: ts 

CD MCCLOUO Airline -<ltor)dants dou- 
bla as lawol thlovos'in bn lnlernallon;il 
'omuogllng'rlno.'(R) 
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12:30 ' 
O MONEYLINE 

ONEW8 - - 

ID LIFE OF RILEY 

(0 YESTERYEAR IN NASHVILLE An 

Inierviow with Tommy Sceil. 

(□ (Q) NHL HOCKEY Bosto«erulna at 

Quebec NordlQuos (R) ' ^ 

(S SWIMMINQ NCAA Division II Irion's 



) RtMQSIDEREVTEWtR)— 
- 1:05 

Q) (D ADAM-12 On lomporary duty si 
L.A. Airport. Iho olflcors daal wilh a 
runaway boy and a Ihelt. 

1:20 

HBO HOLLYWOOD FRENZY: RACING 
FOR THE BIQQEST AWARD A look at 
hew Oacar winners oro chosen and 
how Iho award can affect o winner's 
^gatoor, ineludins.InlorwlDwa.wiih pasl-- 
Oscorroclplonis. 



■ (:3S 

13J CO MARCUS WELBY. M.D. Tho llfo 
of a young Indian la endangerod by his 
grnndlathor who clings to the modi- 
einoB ol his oneoslore. 
® FOUR FRONT 

1;40-- ■ - ■■ - - 

CIH MOVIE ** "FlonB"(IOBO. Advon- 
turo) Fiono Rlchmondi Anthony Stool, — 
1:» 

-HBO_MovjE^jiL-:±iflLTQucb::-ciaa2. - 

Drams) Wayna RoQars. Marlo-Francoa 

PI Bier. — — — ■ 

- — 2:00^- 

O NEWSNIQHT UPDATE 
OD MOVIE **h "Tall Man Hidino" 
(1SS5, Woslorti) Rnndolph Scott, Doro- 
thy Moleno. 

(D VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS — , - 

(ONTV) MOVIE **** "My Pair 



2:3S 

GO CD ADAM-12 Reed's 
'altempt-at-o-lort-oomplloaloa-lho-dey— 
for him nnd bis porlnor.- - - 



2:40 

O CANDID CAMERA 
3:0S 

CS OS MARCUS WELBY, M.D. Young 
parenia ore afraid to have another 
child Dflor losing their first. 10 a rare 

3:10 

O WORLD AT LARGE 
CIN MOVIE "The Man Who 

Would Be King" (I07S,' Adventure] 
Soon Connory. Michael Coino. 
3:30 

e CROSSFIRE 

OtltMMYSWAQClART 

03 ANOTHER LIFE 
(Q(QD RADIO 1890 

HBO SHOW MOVIE "Tho Oul- 

sidora" (1983. Drama) C, Thomas 
Howoll.MnIt Dillon, 

4:00 

O DAYBREAK 

Ca a NEWS 

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CD ROMPER ROOM 

CB.gl) HOT SPOTS 

"CD VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 

(D BUSINESS TIMES - , 
4:05 

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(1041. Westorn) Don "Red" Barry, 

Lynn Morrick. 

4:30 

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(D JIMMY SWAGQART 



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(SO(tS) FAMILY FEUD 



O VICTORIAN BAYS 

O (SB BUSINESS REPORT ■ — 

(3) WHEEL OF FORTUNE 
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Forsyth hosts Iho dramatic preaenla- 
lion of two ol hia abort storioa. "A 
Careful Man." slarring Dsn O'Herllhy 



O M'A'S'H Hswkoyo desparately 
trios to coniaci his hospllalized father 
In Maine while tho roat ol Ihe camp Is 
~p(oaac«plod-wlih~« — bowl ing ' oma 1 e h ■ • 
against a oroup ol Marines. 
CD BUSINESS REPORT 
OD M>A*8*H Mai, Houlihan's fiance 
.and:'Privlloge.'^8tBrringM!|op'ShoB,_ arrlvos al Iho 4077Ih and sheckB - 
(D (11) REAL PEOPLE Feaiured: a pig Frank by BshlnD him' to bo hie boot ' 
obedience classi-Bn- update on Viet- man, 

nam MIAs; a woman who teechea her (Q MICKEY MOUSE CLU8 "Bellboy 
models to Ito human mannoqulna; aero- Donald" / "Hsrdy Boye -- The Tower's 
botlc >daredqvlla who perform in Secret" 

4dverao'WealHer'eondilIonBr-(R> <B-FANDANaO Faaluredi-art- tniarviBiM- 

■<D-f-SPV-"Oopi-AntJ Robbonj" ' with Minnie Pearl. - 

(□ NEWt ANIMAL WORLD "Whale j.qq 
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Daytime movies 



fi:00 

(ONTV) "Flashdanca" (1083, 
Muaioal) Jannller BobIb, Mlchaai Nourl. 
-g,gj..,_v„..; 

KSO "Tho Cold'Room" (1004, Drama) 
Oeorgo Sogal, Amanda Paye, 
SHOW "Journey's End" (1083. 
. Wwsiatn) .. Maxwell. .Caullleld,. Andfew 
Slovens, 

.. g.jg . ._ 

CIN ***V» "Trio" (1051, Drnmn) 
Joan Simmons, Michael Ronnlo. 



pher Alhins. 

'0;00 

C3 "Panic In Tho City" (1060. 



"Whale 
> tip of 

Lowrenco. laland to a'ludy tho 
walrus, callod "Whslo Horse" by Iho 
early Viklnga, In hopes et bringing 
— ntiotmno aurg en cm f-the-dtmlnlohlno- 

-apoclpa. 

(D I-40 PARADISE ActlvllioB al 



Sam endi six yesra ol abBlInonco 
when ho begins amoklng cigarottoa 

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intallon of Iwo ol his short siorlon ~ 



SHOW ** "Mountain Family Robin- 
son" (1970. Advanluio) Robert Logan, 
Suaan Osmanio Shaw. 



I1:00 

— ID **-"Bpyflasters" (i96a.-Adven- 

turo) Kurt Ruaao1I..C1enn Corball. _ 
■ HBO '** 'Trrumpha OI A Miin Colled" 
Horse [10Q3. Drama) Rlchord Harris. 
MicheuIBock, 

SHOW "Shmlnhk Hnlmnn Jnrt 

The HouBO 01 Fear" (1045, Mystery) 
Booil Roihbone. NIqoI Bruce. 
CIN **V, "Mr. Hobbs Takes A Vaca- 
tion" (1002. Comedy) James Stewart, 
Mouroon O'Hnrn,' 

11:05 



lie People" (I95B, Fantaay) Albert 

Shnrpo. Soon Connory. 

SHOW ** "Wyiy V/onkn And ThO 

"Cho'colnto "Fn[;ioiy""ClD7"r~F3nroey)~" 

Gone Wilder, Jock Albortaon. 

CIN *** "Bob Le Flambeur" (1000, 

Drama) ' laabotio Corey, Roger 
...Ouchaano - — -U. . - 

tONTV) ** "SU Week's" (ig62. DfO. 

ma) Dudley Moore: Mepr Tyler Moore,' 
2:30 

(£) **» "St, Ivea" (1071}, Advon- 
lu rol Charlqa B ronapn-^aequaline-Bla — 



3:00 

m **W 'My Pnl TrlQOor" (1940, 
WoBlorn) Roy Ro gors . Qoorgo "Gob-. 

by"MayoB. — __..'j=r.: 

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lauranl-andJniBilalnmanLapoLQUtBWfi Carelul-Man/l-starrlnd- Oarv.&Ho;ilhy-_ro do Cordova. _- — 

0:00 

HBO "Hammott" (1082. Mye- 

lery) Frederic Forreot, Peter Boyle. 
SHOVy_**_:'Tho_Pi'o1o Mavh" (1882, 
Advenltire) KrTsly Mcfiichol, Ch'rlato- 



Nashville, 

03 VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 
(Q VICTORY LANE: AUTO RACING 'S4 
(R) 

— HBO NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SPE- 
CIAL "Strange Creoluroa Ol Tho 
Night" Sata, owla, hyenas end aighl- 
loaa cavo-dwotllna flah are examined 
through the Ions of e sophiatlcaiod 

nlght-vislon camera. .... 

(ONTV) ON SPORTS SPEQAL: Q' OLE 
0:05 

O COUSTEAU AMAZON Jacques 
Cousteau and his rosoorch crow 
aboard Iho Calypso explore the clvill- 
lallona. Industries, ecology and wild- 
life In and around tho Amazon River. 
0:30 

O WHEEL OF FORTUNE 
(Si CD P.M. MAGAZINE Reel eatalo 
along the Mallbu, Calll.. coeet: workout 
al world < , r'l . t r 

C2>TK:TACDOUaH 

"10 



BiTd"Prlvll4ao," ilarring Milo O'Sho 
•O A PORTRAIT OF GISELLE A history 
Ol the classic ballerina role includes 
Interviews end pertbrmanee clips of 
eight grBDI "(315ellbs""or Ihift'fientury'.' 
O US 'MACNEIL / LEHRER 
NEWSHOUR 

Q) O CS THE FALL QUY Colt holpe a 
ball-jumpino con srliet arrange a title 
light lor- hls- boxer-wlth- iho heavy- 
weight champion. 

O C£) REAL PEOPLE Featured: a pig 
obedience clasg; an updote on Viet- 
nam MIAs; 0 woman who lonchoa her 
models lo be humsn'mannoquina; aoro- 
botlc doradevlls who perform In 
advoreo woslhor conditions, (R) 
CZ) NATURE OF THINQS 
O (12) STAR TREK A sclontlflc team 
which hss boon invostlgatino e dying 
pisnot la found deed. 
QD NBA SASKETBAU Chleaoo Bulls at 
Detroit Plalons 
^^(p)-700 CLlffl Feelurod: Col. Charloa 



*!i""Dorby O'GlirAnd Tho Lit- 



Adventure) Krisly McNlchOl. Christo- 
_f)horAtkino. - 

CIN -Ooino In Stylo" (1079, 
Comedy) Qoorgo Ourno, ArtCftrnoy. 
(ONTV) **** "King Of Hearta" 
(1007.' Com'ody)~'AIan' Bales,' Oano- 
-"wioieBulold: : " " ' 



Tlf*io«^awa.JWriFani*, idah&i - Friday. MarchM..ifiS4- 



Scott discuaoea captivity In Iran; why 
Bomo mon never grow up. 
(D EPCOT MAGAZINE: EVENING EDI- 
TION 

(D NASHVILLE tiOW LIvo faaluros 
highlighting country music. 
(Q (Q) COLLEGE BASKETBALL 
"Notlonol InviiaiionsI Tournament 
Champlonahip" (live from Madlaon 
Square Garden) (Subject lo blackout) 
HBO MOVIE'**H "Hammetl" (lOBS. 
Myator);) Frodoric ForroBt. Peter 

SM)W MbVtE "Willy Wonka And 
Tho Chocolate Faeiory" (1071, Fanta- 
ay) Gene Wildan Jaoh Albonson. ' ' 
CIN MOVIE "Mr. Hobbs ToKoa A 



'Vocation" (t082. Comedy) James 
Slewnri, Maureen O'Hsro, 
(ONTV) MOVIE * * *.:;4fl Hra." (1033. 
Comody) Nick Nolle, Eddio Murphy. 

7:30 

CI (D (E) (11) MAMA MALONE A, 

ioolouB husband wanta to onnlhllolo 

Father Sllva when he loerno Iho priest 

had dinner with his wife. 

03 RIN TIN TIN "The Rainmaker" 

tD VmniD CUP SKIING "Womon'B 

Glenl'^lBloni" (Irem WatorvlllB Valley, 

N.H.) (R) 

S:00 

» QDCS MOVIE "I'WSa A 'Mail Order 
Bride" (1082, Comedy) Valerie Bor- 



tlnoUl, Ted Wess. 

(S O (£ (D (B (1 1) THE FACTS OF 

-UFEg 

O CD 03) llVE FROM THE MET "Loa 
Troyens" Jaaaye Norman (In her Mot 
debul). Tatiana Troyonoa. Placldo 
Domingo, Allan Monk nnd Paul Pllshka, 
with Jamba Lovlno conducting, perform 
Ihe Berlioz opora beaod on Virgil's 
"A on eld." 

(2) O CD DYNASTY Oax discovera 
Alexia and Rsshid Ahmed toaother, 
and Blake faeea ar> Inquoat into hia 
China Sea deallnga. (Part 3 ol 3) n 
OFBEEMANREPOHTSi'i I ■ 
O (12) MOVIE "Dark Paaaado" 
(1947, Mystery) Humphrey Bogerl, 



In tho poo 



ond irlos lo ptovo 



(B GUEST VJ 

8iOS 

ONEWS 

8:30 

- r» a O (S (tt) NIQHT COURT 

OD BLONDIE 
_ ©NASHVILLE AFTER HOURS Guoal i 

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_ of womon In poiltlono el pawot in tho 
lUlh conlury roalurea'D'caBtumintxKIb- 
It from the Molropolltan Muaeum of Art. 
9:00 

CO O (5) CD CD (11) ST. ELSEWHERE 
Ttirao womon Bhorlno Iho aomo room 
Hi tho hoapilol bocomo fnonda and 
loom to cope with Ihoir individual pit' 

SI O S) HOTEL Chdatino la bothorod 
by a aocrot admiror, and Mra. Cobot 
loklndloa an old Ilamb. (n) g 
O SPORTS TONIQHT 
(0 ANOTHER LIFE 

(Q YOU CAN BE A STAR Counlry-fla- 
vorod tolont conioot (oatgrino colobtlty 
judgoa. 

(D cm ALFRED KTTCHCOCK PRE- 
SENTS 

03 VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 

0 SPORTSCEMTEB 

HBO MOVIE **:^ "Snmo Timo. Noxl 

Yonr" (1076. Comody) AInn Aldo^Ellon 

Buialyn. 

SHOW MOVIE **!> "Babv. H o You"" 
(1003, Rom(ince} .noaannB .ArquotiQ. 
Vinconl Spono, 

- GI N MO V I F * J t- . -J i i a t Blood " ( I BBJ^ 



Dinma) Sylvoaler Slallono, Richard 

Ctonnn, 

(ONTV>aOXINQ - -- 

B:Ofi 

a ALL IN THE FAMILY Archio and 
Edith's cousin go m il oQaln whon lha 
Qunkora truvul lo upslaln Now York lo 
■ nti»nd Moudo'a dawghior'a woddlnd. — 
9:i6 

(B PKA KARATE "Boat Kicks of '83" 
(R) 

0:30 

_Q_CROSSFIRe^ '■ ■- 

(fl)News 

© BEST OF GHOUCHO MARX 

{D OFFSTAGE An Inlorviow wllh Con- 



10:00 

O GD CS O (S-O QD CQ (1 1} 
NEWS 

O A PORTRAIT OF GISELLE A tilolory 
□t Iho claaalc ballorlna rolo Includoa 
ffllotviawo nnd parlormonca cllpa ot 
olghl groBi "Qisollos" ol thia contury. 
O NEW8NIQHT 
a (19} SOAP - 

C3 BURNS AND ALLE N 

Ing Woman" (fOBO. Comody) Lily Tom- 
lln, Charlan Gtodin, 

.E_NASHVILLEJ10W_Llvo_IoaIurua_ 
hiohllahtlnp country mualc. 
~(D)OOUNTOOWHT0^84HI[ihltohta- 
and proviowo ol worldwldo pro-Olym- 
pic compolltiona. prolitos ol Olympic 
pnrilclpnnia. nnd world rocord 
' updalon. 

(D VIDEO DISC JOCKEYS 
lOiOS 

O MOVIE "Tho SunDhlno POtrl- 

01" (1000. Drnmo) Cllll Robortson, 
Dlnn Murrlll. 

10:30 

Q ALL IN THE FAMILY 

O CS Age NEWS NIOHTLtNE 

a Ct] IS (11) TONIGHT Hadl: Johnny 

Carson. 

a (12) CH>KRLIE'S ANGELS Tho 

Anools oonrch lor a lycoon'a Itloglti- 
molo Bon and hoir. 

ffl MOVIE ***t4 "No Timo For 
Sorgonnia" (105B. Comody] Andy Grit- 
lith. Nick Adama. 

(D JACK BENNY Jack and Barbara 
join Jimmy Stowart nnd his wilo Ipr 
tholr nnnivoroary colobrslion, 
(D [1j PICK TME PR08_SportBWfilor8 
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CIN ALBUM FLASH 

10:36 

-CQ BARNEY MILLER Wojo- linda hlo 
leva lllo llaagtng and his concern 
mounting whon tho proaaurOB ol his job 
cauao him a aonaliivo omollonst prob- 
lorn, 

_.C3). ENTERTAINMENT TONIQHT. Foa.- 
lurod: Hollywood marrlsooD, 
10:40 

(^M'A'S'H 

10;4S 

m SPORTSLOOK (R) 

1i;00 ' 
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(SOONQSHOW 

(D I MARRIED JOAN "Sollbl" 

03 (□) SKIING <R) 

HBO MOVIE *** "Ffoncla" (1050. 
Comody) Donald O'Connor. Potrlcia 
Modlnn. 

SHOW MOVIE ** "Conlooalona From 
A Holldoy Comp" (1077. Comody) 
Robin Aakwilh. 

CIN MOVIE "Thtt World 

Robin WillJoma, Mory Both Hurt. 



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11:30 

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RUDBOlt, 

CS THICKE OF THE NIGHT 

O OD ID (to LATE NIGHT WITH 

DAVID LETTERMAN 

O (12) INDEPENDENT NETWORK 

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(D OPRYLAND ON STAGE Riaing 
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11:3S 

CO (D TOP 40 VIDEOS ^ 
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(S FISHIN' HOLE (R) 

12:00 

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(D OX SKIING (R) 
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CD ID LATE NIGHT WITH DAVIO 

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(1077,_0<iirnn)' CnrioM O'Cofinor. Our- 



12:16 

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' ODBB Merodith. 
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12:30 

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O MONEYLINE 

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ID YESTERYEAR IN NASHVILLE An 
- -iiilsivrii w~ wit h3tank— Shb w-a nd ^r a ii I = 
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(D HORSE RACING WEEKLY 
SHOW MOVIE ** "Tho Sword And 



1:00 

O VICTORIAN DAYS 
O FREEMAN REPORTS 
CD INDEPENDENT NETWORK NEWS 
(□ 700 CLUB Foaturod: Col. Chorlos 
ScotI diacussoD captivity In Iran; why 
aomo mon nevor grow up. 
(D (□) COUNTDOWN TO '84 Highllghta 
and protfiowa ol worldwldo pro-Olym- 
pic compolillons, prolitoa ol Olympic 
participants, and world rocord 
updntoa. (R) 

IS WOMEN'S BASKETBALL "NCAA 
Division II Chomplonahip" [from Sprlno- 
liold, MasB,](R} 

1:06 

C2) ID ADAM-12 A drunk's antics 
appear to bo hormloas snd comical 
until ho wlnda up In an occidont. 
1:20 

CIN-M0VI6 ** "FiiBliWiilKIno" 
(1001. Suaponao) Jomos Woods, Tim 

Mclntlro. 

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lom-plaguod ovorwoighl wifo goos on a 
crash diot lo savo har marrlago. 
i:66 

a MOVIE "Aloxandor Homll- 

ion" (1031, Oloprnphy) Gooigo.AilioO. 
Darin Konyon. 



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HBO MOVIE **H "Hnmmolt" C19B2. 
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(ONTV) MOVIE * "VIoltIno Houra" 
(1902, SuBponao) MIchaol Ironaldo, 
Loo Grant. 

2:10 

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(1002, .Horror) Barbara Horahoy.-Ron 

2. 30 ■ 
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3:08 

(2) (D MARCUS WELBY. M.D. Follow- 
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n pallonl. 

3:20 

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3:30 

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(□ ANOTHER LIFE 

3:40 - 

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ma) Sylvoatur Slallono, Richard Cron- 



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HBO "Triumpha Ol A Man Collod 

Horao (1003, Drama) Richard Harris, 
Michael Bock. , 
S:66 

SHOW ir*h "ShorlDck Hoimea And 
Tho" HoiioofOi foar" (104o; Mysipry) 
Baail Rnlhbono, Nlgbl Brtieo, 
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ward Canary" / "Ono Man Band" 
IB FANDANGO Foaturod: an lnJorvlow 
with Buck Trent. 

CIN .MOVIE *** "Joan 01 Arc" 
(1048, Biography) ingrid Boroman. 
Joso Forror. 

7:00 

O CS (3) (D (II) MAQNUM. P.I. 
CD O QD ID OtMME A BREAK A oIk- 
yoor-oid con artist wins tho hoarta of 
ovoryono oxcopt Iho Chiol. (Pori 1 of 
2) (R) 

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(1007, Comody) Alan Bates, Oono- 
viovo Bujold. 

7:00 

HBO ,.**»* "Tho Comobook Kid" 
( 1 080, bra m~B)"Johri' RIttor, Siioon Do'y. 
CIN *** "Tho Dinry 01 Anno Fronk" 
(19B0, Drama) Mollaaa Qllbort, Maiilml- 
linnSehDll, ^ ■ 

I 8:00 - " 

(S3 **1* "Work la A Four-Lollor 
Word" (lOQQ. Fnntosy) David Warnor, 
Citin Black. 

0:00 

HBO 'A** H "Bus Stop" (1056. Com- 
ody) Marilyn Monroo. Arthur O'Connoli. 
CIN *** "Jonn Ol Arc" (1048, Biog- 
rophy) Ingrld Bargman, Joso Forror. 



10:00 

•OD "Tigor By Tho Tall" (1889. 

Mystory) Chrlatophor Qaorgo, Ooan 

—Jaggur ' 

..fD.lQ) *** "Breaking Tho Sound 

Barrier" (lOS2. Drama) Ralph Rtchard- 

non. Ann Todd, 

11:00 

ID *** "Tho Boroloot Exoculivo" 
(1871, Comody) Kun-Ruosail, Joo 

Flynn, 

HSp "MacArlhur" .(1977. 

Bio ornphy) Grogor. ■'oek'. Dan O'Hor- 

SHOW "Tha JournoV'nVos'B, 

Sutponao) Yul Brynnar, Doborah Karr. 
CIN **'>i "Seavongor Hunt" (1070. 
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tt:06 

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JanotLoigh; - * 

1:00 

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(ONTV) *** VYanka" (1079, 
Romsnco) Richard Qoro, William 
Devane. . 

1i30 

HBO "TondarMorelea" (1SB2. 



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' SHOW **** "GBlllpoli"(1081. Dra- 
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CIN ***% "Tho Inn O f _Tho SbOh ' 
HopplnosB" rrSSBTDramal'IngrTtTBorg. 
man. Curt JurQons, 

2:30 

(£) it* "Wolcomo Homo, Johnny Brla- 
tol" (1971. Drama) Martin Landau, 
Jano AtoNondor. 

3;00~' 

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—Second Thoughts" 



(1092, Comody) Lucio Amor.— Craig— - 
Waason. _ 

3:30 

SHOW **M "Sherlock Holmes And 
The Voice Of Torror"-(1942, Myatory) - 
Basil Rathbone, Niool Bruce. 

4:00 

(ONTV) *■* "00 Stops To Jonah" 
(1960, Drams) Wayne Nawton,-Jo Van 
Floot, 

4:30 

aN *** "The Diary Ot Anno Frank" 
(1000. Dromo)'Mollssa Qllbort, Maximi- 
lian Schoil. 

6:00 

HBO ir*Vi "Tho Comobsck Kid" 
(leao, Drama) John Ritter, Sussn Day. 



Konnwa prnaauroa Scott to mako a more O FAWLTY TOWERS Basil nppsronlly 

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HBO MOWE ***h "Boa Stop" ' 
. ( 1D6Q, Comody) Marilyn Monroo, 
Arthur O'Connoll. 



UON-HEARTED King RIctwrd- Irickn 
Robin Hood and Mb man Iiita ballovbio 
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Richard Hard. 

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3:30 

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Cn(D ADAM-I2 Malloy and Rood copo 
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toil! ol duly. 

3:00 

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(ONTV) MOVIE **** '■RoBurfDC- 

llon" ( 1900. Drama) Elian Guraiyn, Sam 

Shapard. 

3:08 

(Si SB MARCUS WELBV, M.D. A 
famoua photograph or la alrlcken with a 
fatal lllnesi which prompia hor to eom- 
plola hor best woik. . 
3:16 

HBO MOVtE * * b "Truo Conloaalona" 



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O MOVIE -Iho Last Ol The 

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Culp, DonnlsOugan. 

a MOVIE ** "Slorm In Jamalcs" 
(lOSQ. Romanco) Virginia McKonna. 

BlliTrnverA. 

12-15 

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ID YESTERYEAR IN NASHVILLE An 
Interview with Cathy Copaa Hughoa- 
■abauLCnwhoy ropaa 



and giantess . (Elllolt . Gould, Joan 

Staplalon) lo win- back hIa lomlty's 

riches. Q 



childhood wllh har pela to.lho publlea- 
lion 91 hor Ifrst book. "Tho Talft 'el 
Polor Rabbii,'* (Part 1 el SiO 



(ONTV) MOVIE'**~»""Yehka" (1970, GD ABCNEWS NIQHTUNI 

Romance) Richard Oero, vyililam O (D (D ( 1 1) TONIGHT Hoal: Johnny 

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, a:1S <S DOCTOR WHO "Invfalblo Enomy" 

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-ai30r ~ ~TBr-n2r-cHTOpFan<fiQEL8~"T'hr: 

Angola Invaatlgalo an "acctdonlal" 
electrocution at a health apa. 
.(S)"MOVIE *** "Miracle In Tho 
Rain" (1954, Romance) Jano Wyman. 
Von Johnaon. . - 

(D JACK BENNY Jock lolls'^a roporloV' 
obout hia childhood. 
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10:36 

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crlala. 

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die porn operation — then roluaea 10 

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QD SOAP Burt finds out li'a Chaalot 
who*a donaling the kidrwy and -why; 
Burt dlacovera vodka In Mary's erango 
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